The first novel in a series of urban fantasy meets modern gothic novels
Carol Goodman graduated from Vassar College, where she majored in Latin. After teaching Latin for several years, she studied for an MFA in fiction. Her writing has been published in a number of literary magazines. She currently lives in Long Island, USA. Carol Goodman's books have been nominated for the IMPAC award twice, the Mary Higgins Clark award, and the Nero Wolfe Award. Her novel The Seduction of Water won the Hammett Prize.
"Hopelessly addictive...definitely the season's guilty pleasure" * Time Out * "Incubus is a fabulous mixture of classic Gothic themes, paranormal romance and urban fantasy. Hugely enjoyable and highly recommended, Incubus gets the Fairwick Chronicles off to a great start - leaving this reviewer already looking forward to the next instalment of this series" * www.lovevampires.com * "successfully bringing together a welcome injection of gothic mystery back into a supernatural romance story. I very much enjoyed reading this book and without a doubt can say that Goodman's Fairwick Chronicles have a lot of potential for future reading" * Fantasy Book Review * "Love the Twilight series? Then read Carol Goodman's new vampire thriller, Incubus" * Stylist * "This is a wonderfully clever and inventive tale of magic, yet still contemporary and believable. The author's subtle yet very effective use of foreshadowing keeps the reader engaged, and the surprising ending has a lovely dose of bittersweet romance and a good dash of optimism" * Romantic Times *