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Jul 31, 2008 05:00PM ● By Super Admin

The Historian
by Elizabeth Kostova
A re-telling of the Dracula story sounds like it would make unlikely summer reading, but The Historian weaves a remarkable narrative of intertwined stories, steeped in the riches of gothic medieval history (with a nice dose of romance for non-history buffs). This one defines the word “unputdownable.”

The Gargoyle
by Andrew Davidson
Hailed as a modern-day Inferno, The Gargoyle weaves the story of a morally corrupt car crash victim and a mysterious sculptress who claims their love is centuries old. As the story unfolds, so too does the mystery: is this a love story spanning centuries, or just the mad ravings of a schizophrenic sculptress?

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