Tanya Huff's supernatural fantasy Smoke series, with a gothic twist * Mix of ghostly mystery, paranormal horror, and dark humor * Lamba Award nominated
Fans of the X-Files and Twin Peaks will love acclaimed master of contemporary fantasy Tanya Huff's twisted version of vampires, wizards, and TV terror.
Tony Foster, a former street kid, is given a second chance by vampire Henry Fitzroy, when they both relocate to Vancouver. Tony lands a job as a production assistant for a TV show, Darkest Night, about the adventures of a vampire detective.
Everything is going fine until shadowy forces from another dimension attack the crew, and Tony discovers he's a fledgling wizard.
Things have been quiet on the set since the defeat of the shadows. Then Chester Bane, head of the company, rents Caulfield House, a long-deserted, turn-of-the-century mansion, to shoot an episode about a haunted house. It should be an easy week, with a perfect setting, but there's one little hitch--Caulfield House is really haunted.
Smoke and Mirrors