She's not sweet. She's not nice. She doesn't fight evil. She doesn't serve humanity. She doesn't work in an office by day and have a secret identity by night. Meet Laura. She'll eat you alive.
↑ 129 mm
Publication: April 1, 2008 •
Thomas was born in Bangor, Wales, in 1966, and raised on Anglesey, the island at the northern tip of Wales. He lives in Kent under another name with his wife, the author and journalist, Marnie Summerfield Smith. It was Stephen King's vampire novel Salem's Lot that fired his ambition to be a writer. He was a journalist for more than 20 years, working for local, regional, and national papers as a reporter, sub-editor, design editor, sports editor, night editor, and deputy editor. His first novel, a Welsh-language vampire story, was published in 1996. He's had three novels, two collections of stories, and two non-fiction books published in Welsh. He is also an award-winning playwright. On April 1, 2008, Snowbooks published his first English-language novel, Maneater. Skarlet, the first book in The Vampire Trinity, followed in 2009. Prey, the sequel to Maneater came out in that year, as well. He is now working on Kardinal, the last part of The Vampire Trinity. Thomas is represented by Mariam Keen at the Whispering Buffalo Literary Agency.
Praise for SKARLET: Skarlet certainly has some impact and Twilight it most certainly ain't - Scott Pack, Me And My Big Mouth Jake Lawton has all the attributes of an action hero - Hellnotes Skarlet is a crimson delight. A gripping, action-rich adventure thriller that breathes new life into the vampire mythos - My Favourite Books Emson weaves a compelling story across multiple times and places...I can see this novel being made into a television or movie script very easily - BlogCritics A gripping story with a totally believable hero in the form of Jake Lawton - David Pitney, Waterstones.com Praise for MANEATER I had a blast reading it and I can't wait to read more from Thomas Emson - Popin's Lair Can I just say - Awesome! Awesome to the max! - The Garou Loop Werewolves and England and strippers. Oh my! Can't wait for the movie - Horror-web Laura Greenacre is gory and gorgeous, beauty and the beast, the stuff that dreams (and nightmares) are made of. Male readers will find her extremely attractive, and women readers will admire her for her attributes and attitude - Hellnotes
Format: Trade paperback
Size: ↑ 129 mm
Publication: April 1, 2008
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