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Concerto in Crimson Sandra Dancey Paperback

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Massimo Serenus Forte, head of the powerful Forte World Corporation, has found sanctuary in a southern Canadian city. There he is drawn to a concert cellist, Carmen Valerio, and they find they have much in common. But Massimo has a dark secret-his family is what myth and folklore have called vampires throughout the ages. Could she possibly love him back? Massimo quickly learns that Carmen is deeply troubled, forcing him to keep silent about his true nature. The crimes of a deviant vampire are invading her dreams, and she experiences the deaths of the monster's victims. Massimo knows he must put a stop to the mad vampire's killing spree before he loses Carmen completely. Only then can he pray that she could forgive him. Massimo is prepared to take full blame. After all-he is the Ancient One, and father to all vampires.
About the Author
Stephen Edwin King (born September 21, 1947) is an American author, screenwriter, musician, columnist, actor, film producer and director. Having sold over 350 million copies of his books, King is best known for his work in horror fiction, in which he demonstrates a thorough knowledge of the genre's history. He has also written science fiction, fantasy, short-fiction, non-fiction, screenplays, teleplays and stageplays. Many of his stories have been adapted for other media, including movies, television series and comic books. King has written a number of books using the pen name Richard Bachman and one short story where he was credited as John Swithen. In 2003 he received The National Book Foundation's Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. King's Dark Tower series, which started in 1982 with The Gunslinger, has combined Tolkien's sense of wonder with a horror and Sergio-Leone influenced Western. Partly the novel is based on Robert Browning's narrative poem, 'Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came'. The world of Roland has many intertextual relationships with King's other books and maps the boundaries of his imagination or universe. Occasionally characters cross over from one genre to another, from fantasy to realism. Roland and his friends, other gunslingers, are helped by the Old Fella, Father Callahan from Salem's Lot.



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