Fangland - John Marks Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099502771 / Genre: Fiction / Author: John Marks / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2007-04-05 by Vintage
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John Marks Fangland
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by - written on 13/06/10 (Very useful, 60 readings)
The spine of this book was what made me pick it up. A vivid yellow against a selection of grey, black and white is naturally going to stand out. Then the cover showing a stenciled devil like creature made me even more intrigued. John Marks isn't an author I'd come across before and after an extended look I've struggled to find any other novels that he's written. Hopefully this isn't his first and last book that he will have published. Evangeline Harker, an associate producer, is sent to Transylvania to look at a subject for a possible story. A notorious crime boss would cause a lot of interest and most certainly bring in a high amount of viewers to TV ... Read the complete review
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