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Bring on the Night Paperback – Jan 1993


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A Rare Gem! 1 Sep 2011
By Crimson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Now, I do quite a bit of reading, and it is rare that I read a book as exciting as this one! From the very first page I was hooked, as if upon opening the book I came under its spell.

The main protagonists of the novel are Detective Dennis Coglin and Psychic Alex Castle. As homicides mount in Chicago, Coglin and his partner Detective Heyward believe they have a serial killer on their hands. Things just get worse and weirder from there. They eventually get help from Alex Castle, and come to the harrowing conclusion that a thoroughly evil force is at work in their city. As good of a book as this was, it does leave you with a bunch of questions: where did the vampire come from? How many more are in existence? Given the huge strength advantage for vampires, how was it that the vampire hunter was able to decapitate so many of them (You'll have to read the book to understand what I'm talking about here.)? It wasn't necessary to answer these questions, as it didn't disrupt the flow or the effectiveness of the novel one bit; it just would've been nice to know.

This book is a classic in my personal library after just one read. It's perplexing that writers this talented aren't bestsellers, or at least more prolific than these two have been, as I would love to read more from them.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A REAL VAMPIRE NOVEL 25 Mar 2011
By PIMUS INTER PARES - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Bring On The Night is not about some recalcitrant, angst ridden, brooding vampire who wants to fall in love or be human again. It harkens back to the true genre of vampire horror, not the romance novels that pose themselves as vampire books today. These vampires are takers. Seducers. Spreaders of evil and horror. The are so much more delicious and yes, appealing than the milquetoast vampires we are force fed today.

Like Stokers Dracula, Fanu's Carmilla or Kings Salems Lot, the vampires in this book are evil and chilling. Revenants of the grave, brought back by malign force to feed on the living, seduce the living and their consequences to those who cross their path are not pretty.

If you want a romance novel, go to Twilight and others of that ilk. If you want a well written horror story about vampires, with a terrific plot and interesting characters, then grab up on this minor classic. It is so good I rate it right behind Dracula, Salem's Lot and Let The Right One In.

Great VAMPIRE books are pretty hard to find. This is one of the few.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
BRING ON THE NIGHT 11 July 2002
By K. Jump - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
"Bring On the Night" is a scary, fun read of a Chicago haunted by a pair of mysterious predators: one, a madman with a sickle and a tortured past; the other, a bloodthirsty vampire. In the end, it's up to an unconventional cop and a beautiful psychic to bring an end to the vampire's reign of terror. Written in an energetic, friendly style, "Bring on the Night" mixes hard-boiled attitude with monster madness to create one of the best vampire novels since "'Salem's Lot."
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Fly by night excitement 5 April 2000
By Clint Gray - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
As exciting as "Sins of the Flesh", I couldn't put it down for a moment. These are truely two talented Writers! The story was excellent!
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