Until Death Do Us Part, by Lynda Hilburn, Reviewed.


Humour with vampires: those who love the genre will really get their teeth into this. (Sorry, unforgivable bloody pun! – And again!)

This is a well-constructed short that manages to pack in the conventions of the vampire world. I love the idea of the psychologist treating vampires for their problems. This story is told from the viewpoint of just such a female practitioner.

There’s a great mix of humour and threat, along with a small dose of titillation and a spot of bloodletting.

The characters are captured well and this short read kept me engaged throughout, even though it isn’t in a genre I’d generally read. And I loved that wicked little twist at the end. Great stuff!