Books by Susan Squires

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Time for Eternity

Frankie Suchet, a bartender living in modern day New York, has a serious grudge against Henri Foucault: In 1794 he turned her into a vampire and she hates it. So, when she gets the chance to travel back in time to kill him before he turns her into a blood-sucking monster, she grabs it with open arms ...

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One with the Shadows

In a market glutted with vampire romances, Susan Squires writes tales that stand out and One With the Shadows is certainly a book to remember. Featuring an unusual and strangely likable heroine and a dark, tortured hero, this novel both moves the reader and keeps one riveted by suspense. ...

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One With The Night

Although I haven’t read one of her books before, I’ve always heard that author Susan Squires is an intelligent, unusual writer. The blandly titled One With the Night did not prove me wrong, but I was dismayed when misunderstandings marred a quite original and engrossing vampire story. ...

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The Burning

Ann Van Helsing had a gift that was more like a curse: when she touched someone, she knew their entire life story along with their emotions of anger, hate, love etc. This "gift" kept Ann isolated on her estate with her uncle, afraid to touch anyone and feared by the villagers, who thought her a witc ...

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The Hunger

There are some key adjectives to describe this book: Dark, very dark, and did I mention dark? Seriously, anyone with an aversion to rape, torture, blood, violence and evil will need to avoid this book. I have a pretty high tolerance for violence, etc., and even I was a bit taken aback by some of t ...

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The Companion

Ready for another vampire series? I think you just might be when said series is by the enormously gifted Susan Squires. However, while I decidedly enjoyed this first entry and certainly plan to keep reading, I wasn't quite as enthralled here as I have been in the past by the author's complex and c ...

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No More Lies

Intricately plotted and tightly written, No More Lies poses some intriguing "what if" questions that I'm still pondering days after I finished the book. Clearly, Susan Squires isn't afraid to challenge her readers and anyone considering reading this book should know right from the start that t ...

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Danelaw

Susan Squires's Danegeld was one of the most pleasant surprises of 2001 for me. So I was excited to review its sequel Danelaw, and pleased to find that it was another rollicking good read. Epona is the last descendant of the Horse Goddess. She lives alone in her small cottage with only her herd o ...

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Danelaw

Life in England during the Middle Ages was fraught with danger. Epona (Pony) finds herself caught between two warring factions - Vikings and Saxons. Pony is drawn into King Alfred's war to dominate the land but her involvement with the Valgar, a Viking, will put all of her beliefs to the test. Va ...

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Body Electric

No one could ever accuse Susan Squires of being in a rut. Danegeld, her first book, was a Dark Ages Medieval about the Saxons and Vikings. Her second, Sacrament, involved a vampire during the Regency. Now she tackles artificial intelligence in the near future. Victoria "Vic" Barnhardt works f ...