The cult classic that changed vampire fiction forever.
When Davey Owen loses his girlfriend and his job, he seeks solace in the seedy darkness of Times Square’s Live Girls. Inside its peep show booth, Davey finds a hypnotic fantasy, an irresistible ecstasy, an obsession. Soon, the beautiful dancer Anja offers him an insatiable demonic kiss, and with that Davey seals his fate as one of the eternal damned.
Can Davey, along with newspaperman Walter Benedek, unravel the mystery of Live Girls before Davey loses his soul? Or are they being pulled, spiraling down toward something sinister and . . . oozing . . . in the club’s basement?
With 1987’s fan favorite Live Girls, author Ray Garton broke new ground in the world of horror novels. Visceral, erotic, unforgiving—the images in this book will haunt you. That is not a warning . . . it is a promise.
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“Gripping, original, and sly. I finished it in one bite.” —Dean Koontz
“The most nightmarish vampire story I have ever read.” —Ramsey Campbell
About the author
Ray Garton is the author of sixty books, including horror novels such as the Bram Stoker Award–nominated Live Girls, Crucifax, Lot Lizards, and The Lovliest Dead; thrillers such as Sex and Violence in Hollywood, Murder Was My Alibi, Loveless, and Trade Secrets; and seven short story collections.