Dangerous Climate, A: A Novel of The Count Saint-Germain

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Macmillan, Mar 16, 2010 - Fiction - 384 pages
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The vampire Count Saint-Germain, disguised as a missing Hungarian nobleman, is on a spy mission in the heart of Czarist Russia. Almost by the power of his will alone, it seems, Peter the Great is wrestling the city that will one day be St. Petersburg out of swampland. Representatives of the heads of all European states are living in tiny, frigid, wooden homes as they jockey for power and influence over the Czar. When a man shows up claiming to be the Count Saint-Germain, the vampire must figure out how to protect his title and wealth without revealing either his true identity or his True Nature.


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User Review  - MeePuak - LibraryThing

150 pages of nothing happening except for ponderous descriptions of clothing, left me in no doubt that the book should be abandoned. What a shame given how much I had enjoyed many of the other SG novels. Ah well I suppose she is running out of story lines. Read full review

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User Review  - Antares1 - LibraryThing

This is the 21st novel in Yarbro's long running Saint-Germain series. I've been reading the series since the very first one was published back in 1978. I would venture to say that after so long I know ... Read full review

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Body
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Back Matter
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Chelsea Quinn Yarbro is best known as the author of the Saint Germain novels, including Dark of the Sun, A Feast in Exile, Night Blooming, Midnight Harvest, and the classic Hotel Transylvania. A Grand Master at the World Horror Convention and an International Horror Guild Living Legend, Yarbro lives in Berkeley, California.

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