Book Reviews of The Goldcamp Vampire

The Goldcamp Vampire
The Goldcamp Vampire
Author: Elizabeth Ann Scarborough
ISBN-13: 9780553267174
ISBN-10: 0553267175
Publication Date: 1987
Pages: 247
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

3 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Spectra
Book Type: Paperback
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A rollicking romp with the same heroine from THE DRASTIC DRAGON OF DRACO, TEXAS.
Valentine Lovelace loves nothing more than a good adventure. So when her poor, dearly-departed daddy's ex-mistress invites her on a journey to the Yukon at the peak of the Gold Fever, she jumps at the opportunity. Novelist Val is sure she'll find a mother-lode of great stories just waiting to be told and quite a few interesting people along the way . . .
In fact, it's not long before she finds both in Vasily Vladovitch Bledinoff. He's distinguished, educated, incredibly suave--and he's a vampire! And when one of his nightly feedings is blamed on her, Val finds herself up to her neck in trouble--literally.
The count also wants to make her a member of his vampire clan . . .and the trouble is that the nights in the Ykon go on for MONTHS this far north!
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I so dearly love Elizabeth Ann Scarborough's later works, but am disappointed in her earlier works. I guess this proves that practice makes perfect -- assuming this is the same author. Since I read this book quite a while ago, I am borrowing a review from Amazon.

Fast paced fun story in the Klondike!, April 20, 1999
Reviewer: "jmight" (Texas, USA)
It was fun to visit with Pelagia our heroine again though this time in the Yukon during the Klondike. So many positives in this book! A face paced story that is not only smooth and well written but fun and humorous, too! Such fantastic characters that I didn't want to say goodbye at the book's close. More please!!
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Interesting premise, but the story itself is disappointing.