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Roman Dusk Borne In Blood Roman Dusk and Borne In Blood by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
reviewed by Mario Guslandi
The saga of the vampire Saint-Germain, whose adventures across the centuries (he's supposedly 4,000 year old) started with the publication of the novel Hotel Transylvania in 1978, and has now reached its 19th and 20th installment, much to the delight of legions of faithful readers. The author, the prolific Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, keeps jumping across history without following a definite chronological order, moving her creature back and forth from ancient ages to more modern times, so much so that her books have the dual character of the historical novel and the vampiric tale.

Saint-Germain: Memoirs Saint-Germain: Memoirs by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
reviewed by Mario Guslandi
Are you sick and tired of vampires? Many are but there is one distinct exception, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's Comte de Saint-Germain. Created more than thirty-five years ago with the novel Hotel Transylvania, Saint-Germain has been the main character in a long series of novels, the latest of which is Borne in Blood. In addition, the undead has been starring in a bunch of short stories and novelettes, now assembled here for the first time.

Saint-Germain: Memoirs Saint-Germain: Memoirs by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
reviewed by Mario Guslandi
Are you sick and tired of vampires? Many are but there is one distinct exception, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's Comte de Saint-Germain. Created more than thirty-five years ago with the novel Hotel Transylvania, Saint-Germain has been the main character in a long series of novels, the latest of which is Borne in Blood. In addition, the undead has been starring in a bunch of short stories and novelettes, now assembled here for the first time.

States of Grace States of Grace by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
reviewed by Donna McMahon
During the tumult of the Reformation, St. Germain is living in Venice, and trying to keep his European publishing businesses from being closed down by the Inquisition. In these inflammatory times, anyone who writes and publishes intellectual works outside a narrowly prescribed range of religious subjects is open to persecution and St. Germain -- impossibly noble and suave as always -- is trying to protect his authors, even though he himself is in great peril if his nocturnal secret is revealed.

Midnight Harvest Midnight Harvest by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
reviewed by Cindy Lynn Speer
Ferenc Ragoczy, le Comte de Saint-Germain, knows that the increasing unrest in Spain may well force him to close his household and leave. This is not something he hasn't done many times before. But this time, he is unwilling to allow the airplane manufacturing plant he worked so hard to build to fall into the hands of the government. It will surely use the planes in war against its own people. His loud refusal will make one official send an assassin to track him down, even after he flees Spain with his faithful manservant Rogerio by his side.

The Palace The Palace by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
reviewed by Cindy Lynn Speer
In Fiorenza in the time of the Medicis, Francesco Ragoczy da San Germano has commissioned the most unusual and opulent of palazzos. It has secret rooms where he may work his alchemy, and where he may truly refresh himself in sleep on a bed made from his homeland's soil. He often accompanies Lorenzo de' Medici, the city leader, intrigued by the man's wisdom and love of beauty that has allowed him to make the city great. But sadly, this contentment is not to last...

Blood Roses Blood Roses by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
reviewed by Steven H Silver
In this, the 12th volume of the Saint-Germain Chronicles, Yarbro has placed Saint-Germain in the small Provencal village of Orgon in the middle of the 14th-century, just in time for the first outbreak of the Bubonic Plague.

Writ in Blood:  A Novel of Saint-Germain Writ in Blood by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
reviewed by Thomas F. Cunningham
Vampire Count Saint-Germain returns. This time the story is set in pre-WWI Europe and Russia. The count is living in Czar Nicholas' Russia. The Czar is deeply worried about war breaking out. Guess who is drafted into special diplomatic service of the Czar?

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