Saint-Germain #16, Midnight Harvest, will be published in hardcover September 2003 from Warner Books.

The mass market paperback edition of Night Blooming (Saint Germain #15) will also be published Fall 2003.

Chelsea Quinn Yarbro has sold Saint-Germain #17 to Tor Books. Set in China 535-536, the working title is Dark of the Sun and publication is planned for Fall 2004.

Still no news on the third Sisters of the Night book.

BenBella Books will be publishing In the Face of Death (Madelaine #2) in printed form. Publication date is to be announced. Set in Civil War America, the book is currently available as an e-book from

According to the listing, Warner Books will be reprinting Blood Games (Saint-Germain #3) in mass market paperback in April 2004.

Chelsea Quinn Yarbro was interviewed by Science Fiction Weekly in June. The interview can be found at:


Note: The interview was conducted before CQY sold St-G #17 to Tor.


Publishers of e-Books

Alas, Poor Yorick
Quinn Yarbro's seventieth book, and her third e-book, Alas, Poor Yorick, is unique even for a Yarbro work. Opening two decades before the events of Shakespeare's play Hamlet,

In The Face of Death
features Madelaine de Montalia, whom you will remember from the St.-Germain novels and her own lead role in Out of the House of Life.

What if the Pope weren't Catholic?
What if she never had been?



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Critical acclaim and praise for Chelsea Quinn Yarbro:

"Quinn Yarbro is one of our finest writers and craftspersons." -- Peter Straub

"Few can match her magic." -- Robert Bloch, author of Psycho

"Any book by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro is a keepsake; any new book by her is a must-read.  She's a cult favorite, a fan's delight.  Her specialty:  Vampires."  -- West Coast Review of Books

"...written with wit as well as with insight."  -- Galaxy Magazine

"Fans of this prolific writer of historical horror novels will delight in (Out of the House of Life).  Yarbro's knowledge of history and fastidious attention to detail combine to form a fascinating backdrop for these supernatural intrigues ... Whether you follow horror or if it's historical fiction you love, Yarbro's work will come as a welcome discovery."  -- R*A*V*E Reviews

"An interesting change of pace in historical romantic fiction."  -- Library Journal

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