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Sunday, April 20, 2008

The Dark Sleep by P.N. Elrod





I like old time detective stories. I am a Mickey Spillane and John P. McDonald fan. “Empty Copper Sea” by McDonald and “The Big Kill” by Spillane are good examples of their work. So when I ran across a detective series set shortly after prohibition with a hard nose by soft hearted P.I. as the main character I tried it out. Now there are some differences between Elrod’s work and the aforementioned Spillane & McDonald, primarily that Jack Fleming the main character is dead and he is a vampire. This in no way detracts from the entertainment value of the series. I have enjoyed every one I have read and


Body of work of P.N. Elrod

Site of P.N. Elrod: http://www.vampwriter.com/

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