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Avenue X and Other Dark Streets

by Nancy A. Collins

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Contains: The sign of the asp, Without sin, The one-eyed king, Cavalerada, Billy fearless, Firetruck No. 5, The thing from lovers lane, Thin walls, The vampire king of the goth chicks, Someone's in the kitchen, Furies in black leather, The land of the reflected ones, Avenue x
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0738825662, Paperback)

Avenue X and Other Dark Streets marks Ms. Collins' first attempt at self-publishing. The selections chosen for this volume were picked by the author herself to illustrate her diverse literary talents and include the Stoker nominated novelette "The Thing From Lover's Lane." What Others Have to Say About The Author: "Imaginative, dynamic, and highly entertaining." --Clive Barker "Nancy Collins [is] possibly the most original voice in the world of vampire fiction since Anne Rice published Interview With The Vampire in the mid-70s. --Film Threat "Nancy A. Collins...raises the notorious splatterpunk genre perilously close to high art." --Norman Spinrad [Nancy Collins] chronicles excess with an almost elegant stylistic restraint. --Locus "Deftly weaves the literary and the metaphorical..." --Mystery Scene

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