It’s one of the most unusual novels we’ve ever published. A vampire hunter who is also a Dominican friar? And it’s also one of the most captivating books we’ve published, an evocative Gothic horror novel with deep spiritual themes.
Eleanor Bourg Nicholson’s novel has won praise from literary masters such as Tim Powers, author of Declare and On Stranger Tides, who hails A Bloody Habit as “A real 19th century Gothic vampire story, rich and colorful, and wonderfully full of foreboding.”
You can read more about A Bloody Habit on its page here.
The podcast Fountains of Carrots recently talked with Eleanor Bourg Nicholson in a wide-ranging interview covering Jane Austen, Dracula, writing and family, the creative process, and some fascinating anecdotes about the writing of A Bloody Habit. Follow this link to download or stream. Don’t miss it!
You can purchase this novel at all major online retailers, or directly from Ignatius Press here.
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