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The Southern Book Clubs Guide to Slaying Vampires Fried Green Tomatoes And Steel Magnolias Meet Dracula In This Southern Flavored Supernatural Thriller Set In The S About A Women S Book Club That Must Protect Its Suburban Community From A Mysterious And Handsome Stranger Who Turns Out To Be A Blood Sucking FiendPatricia Campbell Had Always Planned For A Big Life, But After Giving Up Her Career As A Nurse To Marry An Ambitious Doctor And Become A Mother, Patricia S Life Has Never Felt Smaller The Days Are Long, Her Kids Are Ungrateful, Her Husband Is Distant, And Her To Do List Is Never Really Done The One Thing She Has To Look Forward To Is Her Book Club, A Group Of Charleston Mothers United Only By Their Love For True Crime And Suspenseful Fiction In These Meetings, They Re Likely To Discuss The FBI S Recent Siege Of Waco As Much As The Ups And Downs Of Marriage And MotherhoodBut When An Artistic And Sensitive Stranger Moves Into The Neighborhood, The Book Club S Meetings Turn Into Speculation About The Newcomer Patricia Is Initially Attracted To Him, But When Some Local Children Go Missing, She Starts To Suspect The Newcomer Is Involved She Begins Her Own Investigation, Assuming That He S A Jeffrey Dahmer Or Ted Bundy What She Uncovers Is Far Terrifying, And Soon She And Her Book Club Are The Only People Standing Between The Monster They Ve Invited Into Their Homes And Their Unsuspecting Community


10 thoughts on “The Southern Book Clubs Guide to Slaying Vampires

  1. says:

    Instagram Twitter Facebook PinterestMy favorite work of Grady Hendrix s is actually his nonfiction collection of essays, PAPERBACKS FROM HELL, which is a loving homage to the horror genre that covers everything from Gothics to ghouls As someone who reads pulps on the reg, I was excited to see someone else who app


  2. says:

    First five star of the year that wasn t a reread Finally This was book was the most fun ever But also downright disturbing at times full review to come.


  3. says:

    Yes, there were some gruesome moments, but the shiny appeal that this book brought was the portrayal of the resilience and underestimated power of the common housewife Review to come Many thanks to the publisher for providing my review copy.


  4. says:

    Mother Horror blurb Horror lovers who enjoy era specific pop cultural references and a smart blend of vivid character driven horror and humor will be well pleased It s everything Hendrix fans have come to expect from his exclusive brand of storytelling Clever, compelling and plenty of chills A new favorite Full review coming to Cemetery DanceI


  5. says:

    A horror novel set in the 1990s about a group of southern ladies who break away from their book club to start their own where they read exclusively thriller and horror mysteries also, VAMPIRES hello 911, I d like to report a premise that s specifically targeting my money


  6. says:

    3.5 StarsLet me preface this review by explaining that I am not the biggest fan of the vampire subgenre of horror Further, I have a luke warm track record when it comes to Grady Hendrix s fiction I love the the concepts behind his work, but I often struggle with the execution I consider Hendrix to be one of the most intelligent modern horror authors who writes in


  7. says:

    This is not a fluffy, fun vampire book It was gruesome and savage, but I really liked it Living in Myrtle Beach, I loved the fact that this took place in Mt.Pleasant, loved the fact it was in the early 90s, and loved the fact it was a book club at the heart of the story.Most of the characters weren t particularly likeable UGH, the husbands , but that didn t take away from


  8. says:

    Okay, wow I daresay I LOVED THE SOUTHERN BOOK CLUB S GUIDE TO SLAYING VAMPIRES MORE THAN MBFE It s true Maybe its just because I m getting fucking old and it felt relatable I don t know but it made me smile so hard It had so many elements that I look for in a horror book Scenes so unsettling you feel uncomfortable in your own skin, true crime, BOOK CLUBS, motherhood, supernatural s


  9. says:

    Grady Hendrix has been churning out some amazing horror books for quite some time now But it wasn t until his last release, the highly acclaimed We Sold Our Souls, that I feel like he finally got the notoriety that he s been due Now everybody is aware of what a lot of us already knew, the guy has some serious writing chops and can spin a tale better than most Needless to say, when I received


  10. says:

    Every once in a while, and far less often than I would like, I pick up a book and realize within the first couple of chapters that it s something special You all know those books The ones that make you so giddy almost immediately because it s so good that you catch yourself reading all day long The ones you finish quickly but never want to end The ones you still think about today, even though you read


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