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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 The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires

About the Author: Grady Hendrix

Want a look at my newest book, The Southern Book Club s Guide to Slaying Vampires Then enter now for an ARC giveaway You could get your blood soaked paws on one of these books before anyone else on your block Grady Hendrix is the author of the novels Horrorst r, about a haunted IKEA, and My Best Friend s Exorcism, which is like Beaches meets The Exorcist, only it s set in the Eighties He s also the jerk behind the Stoker award winning Paperbacks from Hell, a history of the 70 s and 80 s horror paperback boom, which containsinformation about Nazi leprechauns, killer babies, and evil cats than you probably need.And he s the screenwriter behind Mohawk, which is probably the only horror movie about the War of 1812 and the upcoming Satanic Panic.You can listen to free, amazing, and did I mention free podcasts of his fiction on Pseudopod.If you re not already sick of him, you can learn all his secrets at his website.

10 thoughts on “The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires

  1. Kai Kai says:

    People s refusal to see sexism and harmful representation when it looks them straight in the face is what led this book to have such great reviews Some even applaud the male author for being so good at writing female characters and I sit here flabbergasted, trying make my brain comprehend how they came to that conclusion.Let s get the obvious out of the way I m a white man so clearly my perspective is limited I m stating ho

  2. Emily May Emily May says:

    Then she got in her Volvo and hoped Grace was right and this was all just a product of the overactive imagination of a stupid little housewife with too much free time on her hands If it was, she promised herself, tomorrow she would vacuum her curtains. I FREAKIN LOVED THIS I loved every single dark, funny, gory minute of this book I m in no way qualified to talk about best and worst books, but I can say with absolute certaint

  3. Grady Hendrix Grady Hendrix says:

    I really think that Grady Hendrix has written his best book yet, and he did it all while dressed as a penguin Not a lot of people know this, but in the two years it took him to write SOUTHERN BOOK CLUB he wore the exact same penguin costume every day while he wrote By the time this book was finished that costume was a rancid, disgusting mess and he had to have it pulled from his body by hooks and burned because it was a biohazard

  4. Nilufer Ozmekik Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    I truly deeply madly in love with this book More than five gazillion stars Somebody has to stop my fingers adding entire books of the author to my nearly collapsing Mount TBR But I cannot stop with only one book Can I They defined this book as mash up of Steel Magnolias Fried Green Tomatoes and Dracula No, sir this is Stepford Wives and Southern Desperate Housewives meet True Blood This book is not easy, entertaining reading It is s

  5. Claudia Ramírez Claudia Ramírez says:

    Butlike 4.5 stars I LOVED THIS.

  6. Chelsea Humphrey Chelsea Humphrey 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 housewifeMany thanks to the publisher for providing my review copy.

  7. karen karen says:

    I am not sure what the appropriate gesture is to make toward the family of the woman who bit off your ear, but if you felt absolutely compelled, I certainly wouldn t take food the thing that i am always forgetting about grady hendrix is that although his books have these zany and hilarious premises and are all decked out in wink nudgey cover design haunted ikea teengirl exorcism like Beaches meets The Exorcist, only it s set in the Eighties

  8. megs_bookrack megs_bookrack says:

    Patricia Campbell s life may be full, but she wouldn t necessarily consider it fulfilling The one thing she has of her own to look forward to are the evenings spent with the ladies of her Murderinos Book Club.The Club consists of like minded Southern housewives, who discuss True Crime and other less savory topics they would never openly admit an interest in.Cleverly, different sections are titled after real life, True Crime books, based on what

  9. Johann (jobis89) Johann (jobis89) says:

    Sometimes she craved a little danger And that was why she had book club FINALLY I have found my first five star book of the year that wasn t a reread or non fiction This book is basically Desperate Housewives set in the late 80s early 90s and the housewives started a true crime book club, only for a vampire to move in down the street sounds awesome, right It s a hell of a lot of fun, simply unputdownable, but it also tackles somehefty issues that

  10. Melissa Melissa says:

    DNF 63%Go ahead, call me a quitter I can take it In fact, I own it.Touted as Fried Green Tomatoes and Steel Magnolias meet Dracula unfounded comparisons in my opinion this novel at times felt like too much, yet somehow not enough Much like the bored housewives within these pages who find themselves bogged down with daily chores, family obligations, child rearing, and their sexist and controlling husbands, I yearned forThe author loosely connects thes

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