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Crimes of Passion (Hot Blood, #9)

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- Crimes of Passion and Fear the Fever will appeal to fans of erotic horror, especially fans of the Hot Blood series
- With ten books published over ten years, beginning in 1989, the Hot Blood series is one of the most successful fiction anthology series of all times. Books in the Hot Blood series are available worldwide and stories from the series have been adapted for Sho
Paperback, 288 pages
Published September 1st 2005 by Pinnacle (first published October 1st 1997)
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Jun 19, 2010 rated it liked it
Shelves: erotica, horror
I finished this morning, and as I did not keep track of each and every story, I will comment as best I can on each story -- stand by for a few *********************spoilers*******************

The Limits of Fantasy by Ramsey Campbell -- this is probably my favorite story in the book, and it started it all. It is primarily about putting something into the world, and making it happen -- seems the spanking fantasy can make this sort of thing happen. intriguing story.

Threshold by John Edward Ames - ug
Tanvir Muntasim
Aug 08, 2011 rated it it was ok
An interesting collection of short stories, with a curious mix of horror and lust that drives human motivation leading to horrifying situations. From new and established authors, both group turning out readable work. I really had low expectations from this book, so I was pleasantly surprised. The ultimate guilty pleasure! :)
Timothy Boyd
A nice collection of short stories that are more erotic than horror. Recommended
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Jeff Gelb is a former disc jockey and music columnist who created the SHOCK ROCK series of music-based horror fiction. He has also written a number of short stories, including Graveyard Shift, The Last Victim and The Portrait. In 2001, he collaborated with Max Allan Collins to create the anthology series FLESH AND BLOOD, tales of erotic noir from some of the finest writers in crime fiction. Mr. Ge ...more