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    Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter

    • Year Released: 2010
    Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter is a fictional work by Seth Grahame-Smith, released on March 2, 2010, through New York–based publishing company Grand Central Publishing. The epistolary-style book is written as a biography of Abraham Lincoln, based on "secret diaries" kept by the 16th President of the United States and given to the author by a vampire named Henry Sturges. When Lincoln is eleven years old, he learns from his father Thomas Lincoln that vampires are, in fact, real. Thomas explains to his son that a vampire killed Abraham's grandfather (also named Abraham Lincoln) in 1786. Young Abraham is also shocked to learn that his beloved mother Nancy Hanks Lincoln succumbed not to milk sickness but rather to being given a "fool's dose" of vampire blood, the result of Thomas's failure to repay a debt. Lincoln vows in his diary to kill as many vampires as he can. A year later he lures the vampire responsible for his mother's death to the family farm and manages to kill it with a homemade stake. At the age of sixteen Lincoln gets word of a possible vampire attack along the Ohio River and investigates, but this time he is no match for the vampire and is nearly killed. He is saved at
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    Boys Will Be Boys - extended edition

    "Gorgeous men with playful, sexy attitudes. This wonderful illustrations capture the true Joe Boy spirit. This EXTENDED EDITION of Joe's classic Boy's Will Be Boys has nearly twice the pages and countless new pictures, all in a larger format." Quoting JoePhillips.com
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    Cali Boys

    "Cali Boys is an ambitious project that hit the mark. Filled cover-to-cover with new original works, unpublished anywhere else. Definately, Joe's hottest book yet. This book goes a step beyond previous works by unifying individual pieces to capture short stories. Joe has also added notes about the scenes and models throughout the book, revealing even more of the romance and fun we've come to love. The boys show off their stuff in all of the landscapes that California has to offer." Quoting JoePhillips.com
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    Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal

    • Year Released: 2002
    Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal is the sixth novel by absurdist author Christopher Moore, published in 2002. In this work the author seeks to fill in the "lost" years of Jesus through the point of view of Jesus' childhood pal, "Levi bar Alphaeus who is called Biff". The original edition of Lamb was issued in hardback and paperback and contains an afterword by the author explaining some of the background of the novel. In 2007 a special gift edition was published, with a second afterword by Moore, recollecting his trip to Israel for research. According to the author, the producer-director Peter Douglas (with Vincent Pictures) has purchased the film rights to the novel. Biff has been resurrected in the present day, to complete missing parts of the Bible. Supposedly under the watchful eye of the angel Raziel, who turns out to be more interested in soap operas and Spiderman on the television in their hotel. Biff is made to write down his account of the decades missing from Jesus' life. During these years he and Joshua (which, as Biff points out, is the original Hebrew version of the Hellenized "Jesus", and thus in Galilee Jesus was called Joshua Bar Joseph)
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    Practical Demonkeeping

    • Year Released: 1992
    Practical Demonkeeping, published in 1992, is Christopher Moore's first novel. It deals with a demon from Hell and his master. The novel has been translated and published in German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese and Russian. Travis was born in 1900, yet he has not aged since 1919, because he accidentally called up a demon from hell named Catch as his servant, presumably forever. Ever since then, Travis has been trying to get rid of Catch, but he is unable to do so because he has lost the repository of the necessary incantations. He traces their whereabouts to a fictional town called Pine Cove, along Big Sur coast, where he thinks the woman he gave them to may be residing. Interactions with the townspeople and with a djinn, who is pursuing Catch, create considerable complications. Several characters from this novel continue their lives in later novels by Moore; in addition, the setting of Pine Cove itself is revisited for The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove and The Stupidest Angel. The fictional town of Pine Cove is described as being within easy driving distance of San Luis Obispo, California, and seems to be modeled after the town of Cambria, California.
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    Tales from the House of Morecock

    "Join Jonas on his madcap adventures to the world of the unknown uncovering what goes bump in the night. Includes five stories from the movie and one exclusive new episode." Quoting JoePhillips.com
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    The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove

    • Year Released: 1998
    The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove is the fifth novel by author Christopher Moore, published in 1999. It is set in the same fictional town of Pine Cove, California, as his first novel, Practical Demonkeeping, and also brings back some of the same characters. Pine Cove suffers a major crisis when the town psychiatrist, Val Riordan — who has been haphazardly issuing prescriptions instead of dealing with the real mental problems of her patients — suffers a sudden bout of guilt and substitutes all of her patients' anti-depressants with placebos. At this same time, by coincidence, human-generated environmental activity stirs a prehistoric sea-beast from its underwater keep to come ashore. In addition to its ability to change form, the beast exudes a pheromone that inspires uncontrollable lust among the residents of Pine Cove and also lures some of them as prey. After mistakenly trying to mate with a fuel truck (causing an explosion), the beast hides in a trailer park, attracting the curiosity of local crazy lady and former B-movie star Molly Michon, who builds a rapport with the injured beast. Meanwhile, Theophilus Crowe, the town constable, investigates a strange suicide, the
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    The Stupidest Angel

    • Year Released: 2004
    The Stupidest Angel: A Heartwarming Tale of Christmas Terror is the eighth novel by Christopher Moore. Set during Christmas, it brings together several favorite characters from his previous books in the fictional town of Pine Cove, a recurring location in Moore's novels. An unabridged commercial compact disc recording of the original edition of The Stupidest Angel was issued with narration by Tony Roberts. In 2005 the novel won the Quill Award in the category of Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror. In 2005, Moore released The Stupidest Angel, Version 2.0, the text of which remains unchanged from that of the 2004 edition, with the addition of a short story at the end that takes place one year after the events of the novel. An angel named Raziel (previously in Moore's novel Lamb) is sent to Earth to grant the wish of a child; he decides to help a boy who has witnessed the death of a man dressed as Santa Claus. Meanwhile, the town is preparing to have a community dinner-gathering at the local church, where the cemetery is located. In his inept attempt to bring the "Santa" back to life, the angel causes the townspeople to be put under siege by brain-hungry zombies who arise from their
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