Verse of the Vampyre As Halloween comes to the English village of Innisdale poetry expert Grace Hollister is advisor to a local production of The Vampyre When accidents befall the eccentric cast culminating in the death

  • Title: Verse of the Vampyre
  • Author: Diana Killian
  • ISBN: 9780743466790
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Paperback
  • As Halloween comes to the English village of Innisdale, poetry expert Grace Hollister is advisor to a local production of The Vampyre When accidents befall the eccentric cast, culminating in the death of a society lady, Grace wonders if a real vampire is roaming the bucolic village Original.

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    1. This book was irritating. I actually had to go and check the ratings I gave the other books in the series because I didn't understand why I was reading a third one in a series with a character that irritated me SO much (I read them out of order).Because Grace? Was irritating. She's a teacher in the US. Or she was, until she jetted off to England then stayed for a sabbatical.Why did she stay? Because she fell in love with a local jewel thief.Nevermind that she had a boyfriend back home. He's bori [...]

    2. I’m not sure why this didn’t work for me. All the usual suspects are present and accounted for - there’s a hero flirting with the wrong side of the law, mysterious strangers, country village setting, literary allusions aplenty - but I was left a bit cold.

    3. In Diana Killian's Verse of the Vampyre, the second installment in the Poetic Death cozy mystery series, we're back to the United Kingdom for another caper mystery. For Grace Hollister, she's been invited to be a consulted in a play by Polidori, who based his writing on Lord Byron himself. From start to finish, things didn't go off with a get-go with the debate on putting on that dramatic play, and Miss Coke who predicted gloom and doom for grace. She also had to deal with her feelings for forme [...]

    4. Grace has stayed behind in the Lake District to get to know Peter better. However, a round of burglaries is making him withdraw. And Grace is working as a consultant on a play that is plagued with problems. Should she have stayed behind? Another fun caper with two likable leads.Read my full review at Carstairs Considers.

    5. The second in the Poetic Death Mystery series - just the right blend of drama, tension, romance and the beautiful English lake district scenery.

    6. Having now read all three, I can say I appreciated all the Byronic allusions, but the romance was very sitcom-ish. Breezy reads.

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