For the first time in the UK , two acclaimed auhtors, two sensational novellas, printed back to back for less than the price of a typical novel.
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Great reviews for these two novellas
ANDY WARHOL'S DRACULA by Kim Newman
'Moving like a wraith in an ever narrowing gyre around the very solid Andy Warhol is Ion Popescu, a vampire transplant from Romania, reborn here as Johnny Pop. Revelations leap at you from every page. You nod in recognition, you smile in wonder (in envy if you're a writer) at the marvels of interconnectedness and correspondence between Johnny Pop's '70s and the decade the rest of us survived.' F. PAUL WILSON
THE VACCINATOR by Michael Marshall Smith
'The crucial thing about Michael Marshall Smith is that he is enormously readable. Once you have started one of his books, you won't want to stop. He has the talent to become an inspiration to a generation of writers' The Independent
Not quite a parody of Men in Black, but a gently sarcastic reminder of how thta film could have been if it hadn't gone for the blurry option. By the end of the story, otherness both disguises and signalises identity. As usual, we're the aliens. As usual in Michael Marshall Smith's fiction, it's just not convenient for us to acknowledge that. At the present time.' M. JOHN HARRISON