We talk to novelists K.V. Turley and Fiorella De Maria about their new thriller, "This Thing of Darkness," in which a journalist and war widow is assigned to write a "star profile" of the fading actor Bela Lugosi, made famous by his role as Count Dracula. During a series of interviews, Lugosi draws her into his mysterious past, gradually revealing the link between Old World shadows and the twilight realm of modern horror films.
"This novel's deft blend of fantasy and chilling realities presents a warning about where pride and willfulness can lead, especially when combined, in the beginning, with the subtler seductions of the occult that lead step by step into spiritual and mental territory of utmost peril." — Michael D. O’Brien
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