Ian Thomas's Reviews > Scarlet Letters: The Tale of the Vampire Mailman

Scarlet Letters by Allison M. Dickson
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Jun 06, 11

really liked it
Read from May 29 to June 06, 2011

Not your average vampire.

If you're tired of urban fantasy that takes itself too seriously, and need a respite from the Twi-hards and their vampiric romantic triangles, Scarlet Letters is just what the doctor ordered. From the wonderful quotes to begin each chapter (from a mythical book by "Dexter Bloodgood", which I would read if Dickson ever wrote it) to the madcap misadventures of loveable schlub Louis and his Man Friday Stan, Scarlet Letters delivers a dose of humor and fun and a fresh take on what it means to be a vampire.

And you'll cringe at how vampires are really made in this one. Seriously, ew. And seriously, LOL.
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