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Five Little Deaths

4.4  ·  Rating Details ·  10 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
These five bizarre and stimulating tales of sex and horror are graphic, bloody, disturbing and downright salacious. Prepare yourself to be drawn into the strange world of vengeful vampire ghosts, a blood-thirsty succubus, a doctor-stalking pain freak, a drug-addicted dreamer, and a female serial killer with a voracious appetite for pleasure and pain.
ebook, 48 pages
Published November 8th 2013 by Smashwords Edition
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Silence Welder
Oct 27, 2014 Silence Welder rated it it was ok
Shelves: erotic-horror
I liked some aspects of this book, but on the whole I wanted to like it more. There are some great descriptions and lengthy, intense sex scenes that she managed to be sustain.

If this book was a cake, however, I'd say that it wasn't cooked all the way through.

The plots were more ambitious than most erotic fare I have read recently, and that in itself was pleasing, but the pace meant that they were not really developed. More scenarios than plots. This goes too for the characters who are presented
Michael Benavidez
Feb 02, 2016 Michael Benavidez rated it it was amazing
I am going to start this review with my general thoughts of the book as a whole, then delve onto the stories as individuals. Bear with me, on this.
As a whole the books is more erotic than horror. It is, however, well done erotica coupled with a deep sense of the horror. The author does well to keep things unique, as far as I recognize as unique at least. She manages to avoid repeating descriptions or acts that becomes usual in other books of short stories. A huge perk is that she gives a story t
Sep 14, 2014 Muriel rated it it was amazing
Creepy and delightfully filthy.
Gary Vincent
Jan 02, 2014 Gary Vincent rated it it was amazing
Dark, erotic and fast paced!

I first discovered Clare de Lune’s work via her short story – CITY OF THE DEAD – which was featured in the horror section of The Big Book of Bizarro. Clare has a gift for depicting mysterious landscapes in a dark and fascinating way, thus when I saw this collection offered up on amazon, I went ahead and purchased a copy.

The trick to writing short story fiction is to get in, tell the story, and get out. The problem is that many writers have difficulty telling the tale
Clare Lune
Mar 25, 2015 Clare Lune rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Also known as Clare Castleberry and Greta Ghoul.

Clare grew up in the middle of nowhere with a police officer father and an artistic bar-owning mother, which fueled her imagination with stories and left lots of time for horror movies and books. Clare is currently a librarian and writer, and when she’s not traveling to strange lands, lives with her beloved boyfriend and cat in New Orleans.
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