Synopses & Reviews
Frightening, heart-stopping, and often shocking...
Blood Lines New Englanders have a sense of lineage unmatched in any other region of America. This fondness for ancestry is akin to the longevity of the vampire, whose life (or unlife) is extended by draining the lives and blood of others. The stories in Blood Lines explore the ancient mysteries of vampirism, along with the rich literary tradition begun with Lord Byron and with Bram Stoker's Dracula, first published in 1897 long after New England's aristocratic bloodlines were established. The stories--all set in New England--are written by master storytellers.
The vampire stories in Blood Lines all take place in New England, where the sense of lineage and place is unmatched in any other region of America.