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Lilith Saintcrow

USA flag (b.1976)

aka Anna Beguine, S C Emmett, Lili St. Crow

Lilith Saintcrow was born in New Mexico, bounced around the world as an Air Force brat, and fell in love with writing when she was ten years old. After taking second place in a fiction-writing contest sealed her addiction to the written word, it's often supposed that she has ink instead of blood filling her veins. A previously published author, she has written a paranormal romance, Dark Watcher. She lives in Vancouver, WA with her husband, two small children and a houseful of cats.

Genres: Urban Fantasy, Horror, Romantic Suspense, Science Fiction, Paranormal Romance, Young Adult Fantasy, Fantasy

Non fiction
Lilith Saintcrow recommends
Battle of the Network Zombies (2010)
(Amanda Feral, book 3)
Mark Henry
"Sharp satire, razor wit, gross-out humor and zombies. Mark Henry hits out of the park every time."
Hunted By the Others (2010)
(H & W Investigations, book 1)
Jess Haines
"Fresh, hilarious, and action-packed. I loved every minute of it."
Shades of Milk and Honey (2010)
(Glamourist Histories, book 1)
Mary Robinette Kowal
"A beautiful, lyrical, tightly woven meld of Jane Austen, Jane Eyre, and Beauty and the Beast."
Pack of Lies (2011)
(Paranormal Scene Investigations, book 2)
Laura Anne Gilman
"Beautifully characterized kickass urban fantasy."
The Hour of Dust and Ashes (2011)
(Charlie Madigan, book 3)
Kelly Gay
"A kick-ass heroine... Kelly Gay knows her craft!"
Blackbirds (2012)
(Miriam Black, book 1)
Chuck Wendig
"Trailer-park tension, horrified hilarity, and sheer terror mixed with deft characterization and razor plotting. I literally could not put it down."
Unraveled (2016)
(Elemental Assassin, book 15)
Jennifer Estep
"Watch out, world, here comes Gin Blanco. Funny, smart, and dead sexy."

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