Re: RARA-AVIS: Laurel Hamilton and supernatural elements

From: Doug Bassett (
Date: 23 Aug 2004

Glen Cook wrote a series of fantasy novels with a PI protagonist. I haven't read them myself.

Depending on how far you want to stretch the term, George Dawes Greene's THE CAVEMAN'S VALENTINE could be said to have supernatural elements.

I've often said that Cornell Woolrich's stuff is essentially supernatural fiction without any supernatural elements (if that makes any sense). It's interesting how much ghost ficiton aficianados, for instance, like Woolrich.

Really, though, the primary exponent to me in the genre is Burke.

--- Michael Robison <> wrote:

> John wrote:
> "Can anyone recall any other books/series in the
> genre
> that had supernatural elements?"
> *************
> Laurel Hamilton's Anita Blake series is way into the
> supernatural, with werewolves and vampires and
> magic.
> Hamilton's work is also hardcore hardboiled.
> I liked the early part of the series. Anita Blake
> is
> one of the best hardboiled female protagonists ever.
> miker

===== Doug Bassett

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