Signs & portents

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Dream/Press, 1984 - Fiction - 162 pages
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User Review  - Megan - Goodreads

This is a diverse collection, and somewhat weaker for it-- her genre pieces are mostly solid, predictable at worst, but the more realistic stories felt more hokey and clumsy with symbolism. Mostly enjoyable, with Fugitive Colors standing out as an excellent and unnerving story. Read full review

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User Review  - Robert Beveridge - Goodreads

Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Signs and Portents (Jove, 1984) Chelsea Quinn Yarbro is a wonderful writer who doesn't mind wallowing in the literary muck now and then; she harbors no illusions that she's too ... Read full review

Contents

CONTENTS
9
Depth of Focus
29
SpaceTime Arabesque
45
Copyright

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About the author (1984)

Chelsea Quinn Yarbro is a writer whose horror, science fiction, and fantasy novels have made her a cult favorite. Her most popular creation is the vampire Count Saint-Germaine, an intelligent and humane creature whose lifestyle allows him to appear in ancient Egypt in Out of the House of Life and in 18th-century Paris in Hotel Transylvania. Saint-Germaine's lover, Atta Olivia Clemens, is also a vampire and has her own successful series of books. Chelsea Quinn Yarbo is a lifelong student of history, a composer, and a fortuneteller. She brings her knowledge of all three pursuits, and much more, to her books.

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