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Author: Marcus Sedgwick

Marcus Sedgwick, The Kiss of Death

Marcus Sedgwick

The Kiss of Death

Many years after My Swordhand is Singing, Peter is still searching for the Shadow Queen, this time along the canalways of Venice where she is amassing an army of Undead for a final confrontation. The secrets surrounding Marko and Sorrel's fathers and a missing tiara are also skillfully revealed. Nothing fascinates like the vampire myth and with its bleak landscapes, 18th century setting, shadowy Venetian backdrop and lyrical language painting vivid pictures this is a well-judged, tautly written tale which pulls the reader in with a vice-like grip. Chilling even before the dead come to life, classy and understated, with genuinely tense and scary moments it is gothic horror writing at its best.

Orion · 9781842556894


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