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Sonja Blue Series by Nancy A. Collins

[Sunglasses After Dark]Sunglasses After Dark

Paperback Info: ISBN 1565048490, White Wolf Publishing, 1989

[In the Blood]In the Blood

"Love and an Open Vein
Vampire and vampire-hunter Sonja Blue is back, taking out her rage on the demonic blood-drinkers who hide among the living. But her hunt is attracting attention: Morgan, the monster who remade her 20 years ago wants to bring his beloved daughter to heel, and Sonja has found her existence entwined with that of a mortal man. Part of her wants to love him, but when dealing with monsters such as she, where does love end and slavery begin? The answer is in the blood." (From Amazon.com)

Paperback Info: ISBN 1588468763, White Wolf Publishing, 1992

[Paint It Black]Paint It Black

"Red Blood, Black Night

Vampire and vampire-hunter Sonja Blue has faced many monsters, but none compare to the Other, the demonic alter ego inside her. Now, as her world grows darker still, her vampiric "grandfather" Pangloss returns. Could he show her the way to redemption? Or is he here simply to drive her further into the abyss?" (From Amazon.com)

Paperback Info: ISBN 1588468771, White Wolf Publishing, 1995

[A Dozen Black Roses]A Dozen Black Roses

"Trouble's brewing when Sonja Blue, vampire and vampire hunter, takes on the Kindred of the World of Darkness in a hair-raising, hell-raising carnage-filled crossover. Written as only Nancy Collins can, this novel promises to be a treat for World of Darkness aficionados and Collins fans alike." (From Amazon.com)

Paperback Info: ISBN 1565048733, White Wolf Publishing, 1996

[Darkest Heart]Darkest Heart

Paperback Info: ISBN 1565048458, White Wolf Publishing, 2000

[Dead Roses for a Blue Lady]Dead Roses for a Blue Lady (Short Stories)

"The author of the popular Sonja Blue novels here presents all of her heroine's short stories, prefacing them with an interview in which she discusses the origins and popularity of the character, a vampire who hunts her own kind. The stories proper include "Cold Turkey," in which a young man, Judd, pursues Sonja romantically and tragically brings out her "other"--the part of her that is a predatory vampire. In "Tender Tigers," Sonja encounters the stepdaughter of an ogress and determines to free the girl and her enslaved father from the ogress' grasp. "Variations on a Theme" borrows a bit from the popular graphic-novel series The Crow; in it Sonja discovers two murdered lovers, one of whom has been changed into a revenant to avenge his dead lover. These absorbing stories, half of which are debuting in this collection, are dark and introspective, and show just why Sonja Blue is popular." (Summary from Booklist)

Paperback Info: ISBN 1588468445, White Wolf Publishing, 2002

[Midnight Blue]Midnight Blue (Collection)

Contains the first three Sonja Blue novels:
Sunglasses After Dark
In the Blood
Paint It Black

Paperback Info: ISBN 1565049004, White Wolf Publishing, 1995

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