This is a list of fiction works by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, who was awarded a 2009 Bram Stoker Award for Lifetime Achievement for her work up to that point in time.
This is a list of fiction works by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, who was awarded a 2009 Bram Stoker Award for Lifetime Achievement for her work up to that point in time. Quinn Yarbro has published under her name and under the pseudonyms of Quinn Fawcett, Trystam Kith, Terry Nelson Bonner, Camille Gabor, and Vanessa Pryor. Quinn Yarbro has also written non-fiction history works under the name of T. C. F. Hopkins.
Chelsea Quinn Yarbro. Atta Olivia Clemens had received St. Germain's darkest gift. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro. Beginning in the 600s, Spain's old blood rituals of animal sacrifice were replaced by the new gods of Christianity and Islam, who demanded no less obedience and allegiance. Saint-Germain becomes trapped in this cauldron of blood, fear, and faith when, he makes a vampire of the beautiful, haughty, tempestuous Csimenae.
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Elrod Patricia Neal Elrod, Bill Dodge, Nigel Bennett . Elrod, Tanya Huff, Jody Lynn Nye, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Roxanne Longstreet Conrad, Amy L. Gruss Bradley H. Sinor, . Bogen Catt Kingsgrave-Ernstein, Judith Proctor Fred Saberhagen. 181 Kb. Burning Shadows.
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Chelsea Quinn Yarbro. San jose, california. For information, apply to publisher below. A somewhat different version of Chapter One appeared in Gauntlet Magazine, No. 6 (November 1993). You, the owner, may make backup copies and/or put a copy on a second or third computer or reading device. You may print out a copy for your own use. You may lend the book, sell it, or give it away, as long as you lend, sell, or give away all copies.