The Falstaff Vampire Files

The Falstaff Vampire Files In this fresh revisioning of the vampire genre Sir John Falstaff is undead and misbehaving in San Francisco Middle aged psychologist Kris Marlowe doesn t believe in vampires but when she s attacked

  • Title: The Falstaff Vampire Files
  • Author: Lynne Murray
  • ISBN: 9781597190381
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this fresh revisioning of the vampire genre, Sir John Falstaff is undead and misbehaving in San Francisco Middle aged psychologist Kris Marlowe doesn t believe in vampires, but when she s attacked by a horde of murderous monsters, she must seek help from the most famous rogue in history, who once drank ale and now drinks only blood Alternatively funny and creepy, witIn this fresh revisioning of the vampire genre, Sir John Falstaff is undead and misbehaving in San Francisco Middle aged psychologist Kris Marlowe doesn t believe in vampires, but when she s attacked by a horde of murderous monsters, she must seek help from the most famous rogue in history, who once drank ale and now drinks only blood Alternatively funny and creepy, with a little sexy romance thrown in for good measure, says John Miller, author of Jackson Street Other Soldier Stories, Coyote Moon Tropical Heat.
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    • A Book Vacation says:

      To see my full review:bookvacations.wordpress/20This was a very interesting novel. It certainly isn’t the normal run of the mill vampire story, by any means, and I enjoyed this new take on an old genre. Sir John Falstaff has been “dead” for years. Holed up in a young bucks shed, John feels he’s been cooped up for much to long when the unthinkable happens… the shed if left unlocked. Sir John then flees his “cage” to reacquaint himself with the world in this ironically fun tale.And n [...]

    • Grace Elliot says:

      Everything I look for in a good readd more! Let me preface my review with some background. I dont usually read vampire or paranormal novels. In the past tryed reading Patricia Briggs and just couldnt finish the book - so it Ms Murray started on the back foot.But within the first few pages she'd got me hook line and sinker. Written in short, snappy chapters from differing point of views, the story builds from a painful relationship build up and discovery that (SPOILER ALERT) the creepy shed of th [...]

    • Critique de Book says:

      Plot summary: Kris Marlow, psychologist, formerly mistress of a happy life, has just discovered that her lover is, well, loving someone else. She wants to hold it together, to work through it, but life interferes, and some of that life is supernatural. Vampiric even. And then her neighbor gets involved . . .The good: This is a story you’ll lose yourself in. Murray’s writing skill flies far above the norm, and the characters are realistic, and smart, and real. I wanted to hate the girlfriend, [...]

    • Lauri J Owen says:

      Plot summary: Kris Marlow, psychologist, formerly mistress of a happy life, has just discovered that her lover is, well, loving someone else. She wants to hold it together, to work through it, but life interferes, and some of that life is supernatural. Vampiric even. And then her neighbor gets involved . . .The good: This is a story you’ll lose yourself in. Murray’s writing skill flies far above the norm, and the characters are realistic, and smart, and real. I wanted to hate the girlfriend, [...]

    • John Miller says:

      WOW! Clear the decks before you start Lynne Murray's new novel The Falstaff Vampire Files because you're simply not going to want to put it down. A wonderfully fresh and original take on a genre grown somewhat stale, Murray takes us on a roller coaster ride with a no-nonsense heroine, a peripatetic coffin, and a Falstaffian vampire who is, well, Falstaff. Alternatively funny (who knew there were vampire lawyers? On second thought, it makes perfect sense!) and creepy (with truly scary entities fr [...]

    • Pat says:

      So many good things about this book. It's well-written for a start, and the plot moves quickly. I liked the many clever touches, such as the characters telling their own stories via notes/flash drives/etc. The literary references in the names and quotes were fun but did not slow up the action. I've never been to San Francisco, but the descriptions and settings made it feel familiar. The Others were sufficiently terrifying. Mainly, I loved the new take on vampires. Sir John is a charming rogue an [...]

    • Siobhan Muir says:

      I found this book while attending Six Sentence Sunday and fell in love with the snippets. When I read the whole thing, I found it to be written in first person, but from different characters' POVs. Not my favorite style, but Ms. Murray balances it with most of the story told from Kristin's voice and it really turned out to be an enjoyable read. She combines urban fantasy with Shakespearean lore and a great deal of humor. I highly recommend this if you like vampires, good versus evil, and high hu [...]

    • Georgeanna says:

      I enjoyed this fresh take on vampires!! I loved how the main characters got to tell the story in their own words. It was fun, and funny at times. Yes, the Others were creepy and it was a shame about Lucy, but, all in all, this is a very lighthearted story. Sir John is delightful and I would love to read about more of his adventures. 

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