Tanya Huff’s supernatural fantasy Smoke series, with a gothic twist – Mix of ghostly mystery, paranormal horror, and dark humor – Lamba Award nominated
Fans of the X-Files and Twin Peaks will love acclaimed master of contemporary fantasy Tanya Huff’s twisted version of vampires, wizards, and TV terror.
When Tony Foster relocated to Vancouver with his vampire Henry Fitzroy, he knew it was his chance to get his act together. In an example of art echoing life, Tony landed a job as production assistant for the syndicated TV show Darkest Night, a series about a vampire detective. And except for his unrequited crush on the show’s handsome costar, Lee Nicholas, Tony was pretty content.
Until everything started to fall apart on the set.
It began with shadows—-shadows where they didn’t belong, that almost had an existence of their own. Tony tried to ignore it–until he found Nikki Waugh’s body, and felt the shadow’s touch, and a stunt crash went wrong for no discernible reason–and Tony knew that he had to find out what was threatening everyone on the set.
- Gay protagonist
- Published April 1st 2005 by Daw Books (first published 2004)