She nearly died on the operating table...masked men removed the cancers, and her womb...but Elaine Rider lived on, mourning. Until, after a midnight visit to the newly opened crypt of All Saints Church - a plague pit heaped with bodies, festering now they are exposed - she is suddenly a picture of health and vitality...of The Life of Death Kavanagh's morbid preference was for the sad, fragile Elaine he met before. Before she had the power to kill with her touch. But who is Kavanagh? Elaine mistakes him for death in disguise, her clean-boned guardian, her promised lover. He is something far worse, as she will learn... Also included in this volume: an adaptation by Steve Niles of Clive Barker's New Murders on the Rue Morgue, illustrated by the brilliant Hector Gomez.
Used availability for Clive Barker's The Life of Death
September 1993 : UK Paperback
August 1993 : USA Paperback