Lazarus Deep is a lake that sits like a blot of darkness in the valley. Eighteen-year-old Dylan Adams is on the verge of leaving his hometown, but his plans are changed when his old schoolfriend Luke goes missing, last seen at Lazarus Deep. Then, in the dead of night, Dylan's friend comes calling.
Lazarus Deep is a lake that sits like a blot of darkness in the valley. Eighteen-year-old Dylan Adams is on the verge of leaving his hometown for a life in the city, but his plans are dramatically changed when his old school friend Luke Spencer goes missing. A search finds nothing. All anyone knows is that he was last seen at Lazarus Deep. Then, in the dead of night, Dylan's old friend comes calling. But he's not the same boy that everyone once knew. Once more David Leppington, Bernice Mochardi and Electra Charnwood are drawn together to face the vampiric creatures that are Nosferatu: the undead. The desolate North Yorkshire Moors have held their secret for more than a thousand years. Now it is the turn of Lazarus Deep.
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A master of eerie thrills - Richard LaymonThe hottest new purveyor of horrific thrills currently working on these shores - Big Issue Mesmerising quality Contained all the essential elements Clark raises not only the dead in the form of Viking vampires but the genre, when he mixes his scares up with thriller undertones. Intelligent, well-paced and compelling prose I would get down to the bookstore now. Bite Me on Vamphyrric RitesA definite confirmation of this author's growing reputation as one of the top genre novelists around today - Starburst on The Night of The TriffidsReaders will relish Clark's uncomplicated cocktail of chlorophyl and human blood - Financial Times on The Night of the TriffidsTo say that Simon Clark is the best novelist to emerge this decade is self-evident. Simon has simply outgrown genre restrictions - Andrew Darlington
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Simon Clark is a well-established horror writer whose short stories have appeared in various magazines and anthologies. His work has been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and he has also written prose material for the rock band U2.
Vampyrrhic Rites by Simon Clark
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