The Southern Book Club's Guide To Slaying Vampires by Grady Hendrix
In the 1990s Charleston, a group of housewives have a bookclub where they discuss lurid true crime novels. Then a vampire comes to town. He's obviously evil, people ignore it. The housewives have to take him on as their useless, lazy, cheating, lying, racist, sexist husbands could care less. There are bitter disputes, gore, hate, discontent and a howl of rage. Sadly despite promise, this was not fiercely imaginative or good nor was it a fantastic contribution to the genre. This disappointed.
“Carter wore his Serious Man Face.”
“Eternally in the darkness.”