Evil Has Finally Met Its Match...
Angelique and Barnabas. Lovers once upon a time, through treachery and deceit they have now become immortal enemies. To pay for her jealousy that left Barnabas damned to feast on the blood of humans, Angelique has been banished to the netherworld. Meanwhile, Barnabas lives a lie, carefully guarding his hellish secret from the unsuspecting mortals with whom he lives including Victoria Winters, the ethereally beautiful governess to the Collins family.

Determined to escape her dark imprisonment, Angelique conjures a diabolical plan that will make her flesh again. Using her psychic powers, she will send another vampire to destroy Barnabas, completely. But as she will soon discover, the powers of darkness will find their match in the burning light of innocence...and love.

Vividly imagined, grippingly written, Dark Shadows: Dreams of the Dark is filled with the eroticism, supernatural suspense, and spellbinding storytelling that has made this classic daytime serial a timeless hit.

Dark Shadows: Dreams of the Dark
By Stephen Mark Rainey &
     Elizabeth Massie
Publisher: HarperCollins
Format: Paperback, 400 pages
Retail Price: $6.99
ISBN-13: 978-0-06105-752-6
Release Date: August 1999

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PLEASE NOTE: I have sold out of autographed copies of Dreams of the Dark, and with the book now out of print, I'm not sure I'll be able to pick up any more. I sincerely thank those of you who have ordered copies through my Web site, and I hope you've enjoyed the novel. If I am able to replenish my stock, I will again make copies available here.

Stephen Mark Rainey is author of the novels Dark Shadows: Dreams of the Dark (with Elizabeth Massie), Balak, The Lebo Coven, Blue Devil Island, and The Nightmare Frontier; the short story collections Fugue Devil & Other Weird Horrors, The Last Trumpet, Legends of the Night, and Other Gods; and over 80 works of short fiction. He achieved questionable infamy and absolutely no fortune as editor of Deathrealm magazine, and has edited the anthologies Deathrealms, Song of Cthulhu, and Evermore (with James Robert Smith).

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