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New Orleans Vampires: History and Legend (Haunted America) Paperback – September 25, 2017
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About the Author
Marita Woywod Crandle has been writing and storytelling since she was a little girl. She has always had a fancy for the magical side of life, making New Orleans, with its very creative atmosphere, a perfect match for this German transplant. Marita is currently working on a novel dedicated to one of the French Quarter legends, the Carter Brothers, and the book Drinking Mistakes, her memoirs as a Bourbon Street bartender. Marita has also written the holiday children's book Rufus, the Yuletide Bat, available at her gift store.
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The interview was good and Mrs Crandle was entertaining.
That being said the book doesn't really cover anything more than what I heard in the podcast.
Most author interviews hold some things back from the audience so there are a few surprises but the interview I heard covers all three stories in the book and the incident with the gentleman in the store.
This isn't me saying the book was bad, I just wish that there had been either more stories or more held back in the interview.
If I had known this was going to be the case I wouldn't have purchased the book.
The photos provided in the book are good...and I have to say the author did seem to do some careful research. But I would have like more stories of New Orleans vampires. I did find a book called Spirits of New Orleans, it has more information on New Orleans history, culture, and haunted past. It covers an array of spirits, vampires, and voodoo. I would recommend that book if you are interested in New Orleans haunted underbelly.
If you are an avid vampire fan, as I am, you must read this book. It is so so packed with vital information necessary to the history of vampires in North America, particularly New Orleans. I'm already ready to reread it! Simply fangtastic!
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The Foreward, written by Dacre Stoker was yet another eye opener!!