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The Delilah Street Series

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vampire-sunriseVAMPIRE SUNRISE – Book 3

“VAMPIRE SUNRISE is a fun paranormal romp of epic proportions. Delilah and Ric’s love for one another leaps from the pages as do all sorts of scary creatures.  Douglas does an impeccable job of world-building and balancing mystery, romance and humor.  Fascinating and scary, paranormal and urban fantasy lovers alike will love Delilah Street.Romance Junkies

Werewolf mobsters and vampires run Vegas, but that’s yesterday’s news for Delilah Street, paranormal investigator. What’s truly fearsome is her bloody discovery of an undead evil rooted in ancient Egypt. Now, with her lover Ric fighting for life after a grim battle, the chips are down.

But Delilah is a born winner who has never let a little danger throw off her game, and she’s been learning fast since she came to Sin City. Her affinity for silver is making mirror-walking a real breeze, and being forced to accept the albino rock star sorcerer Snow’s Brimstone Kiss has ramped up her powers to a startling new level. With the help of her trusty uber-wolfhound Quicksilver, not to mention the orange demon parking valet Manny, Delilah is determined to solve even more paranormal secrets, and hopefully save the few innocents left in town. But can Delilah win her high-stakes gamble for life and love against ancient gods and lethal supernatural odds?

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brimstone-kissBRIMSTONE KISS – Book 2

Delilah and her partner – tall, dark, handsome, and Hispanic ex-FBI guy Ric Montoya – are busy solving a “Romeo and Juliet” double-murder, and she’s got plenty more to deal with: vampires, werewolves, and tigers, oh my!

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DANCING WITH WEREWOLVES – Book 1

It was the revelation of the millennium: witches, werewolves, vampires and other supernaturals are real. Fast-forward 13 years: TV reporter Delilah Street used to cover the small-town bogeyman beat back in Kansas, but now, in high-octane Las Vegas – which is run by a werewolf mob – she finds herself holding back the gates of Hell itself. But at least she has a hot new guy and one big bad wolfhound to help her out…

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11 Responses to “The Delilah Street Series”

  • Thank you so much for writing! Things went wonderfully well for the series, then not so well. That’s publishing. No sixth novel in the offing immediately, but a Delilah story/novella anthology is coming that will be part of an exciting and low-priced book bundle at the end of July. The anthology will be called Neon Noir and I’ll have details about the book bundle in the newsletter coming in early August. So all the Delilah stories so far will be in one package that will be available after the book bundle deal. At present, two Delilah stories are in Once Upon a Midnight Noir and one in the stand-alone story, Monster Mash. Both these stories are semi-illustrated by me, so they’re a nice package.

  • Karen:

    I absolutely loved the Delilah series. I am praying there is a sixth. cease the suspense is killing me!

  • What a great idea, Debby. I have a lot of backlist I’m going to have converted to ebook in the next year. Not to mention new books coming up.
    Thanks for the offer!

    Carole and Louie

  • Debby Plummer:

    I bet lots of your fans would be willing to help you proofread for nothing, Carole! I’m sure I would – just put out a request and let us know how we can get in on it!!

  • Hi, Robert,

    “Monster Mash” was in Chicks Kick Butt. Sigh. Not my favorite title. I need to get it into a trade paperback format now that it’s in eBook.

    I really could use clones to continue my current and past series! I also have the immense task of rereading etc. the series’ earlier books for eBook versions. I’m looking into hiring part-time help for certain tasks. You’re right. This means years. Meanwhile, I’m writing and preparing Midnight Louie’s Cat in a Yellow Spotlight for publication Aug. 26!! I appreciate readers’ support of my various series, and urge you to post good reviews and ratings (if you honestly have them) on my books’ sites on Amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and GoodReads.com. If you want to join Louie’s Littermates, email me at cdouglas@catwriter.com.

    Thanks for asking, Robert!

    Carole et. al.

  • Robert A. Rosenberg:

    I have the eBook edition of “Once Upon a Midnight Noir” which I bought to have my own copy of the Delilah Street short stories which I had already read in multi-author collections. That raises a question in my mind about “Monster Mash”. I know that I already read it somewhere before but do not remember where. Is it from another multi-author collection? If so, which one. Otherwise where did I see/read it originally?

    Also, I am looking forward to Delilah Street #6 whenever your work schedule clears up enough to give you time to wrote it. Knowing the lead time from submission to publication, I realize that this means sometime in 2015 due to your reply in December to another query stating that you have not even started on it.

    Thank You.

  • Hi Susan,

    Alas, I’m drowning with work, much of it getting a lot of my books and stories into eBooks. That’s the bad news. A new Delilah novel is not forthcoming soon. I’d hoped, but have been caught up in more work than I anticipated. The good news is three Delilah stories novellas are available, two in Once Upon a Midnight Noir, with Midnight Louie, feline PI extraordinaire sharing the limelight and crime-solving with Delilah and with his own Poe-inspired historical adventure. Just available in eBook is Monster Mash, a Delilah story about the haunted Lon Chaney family of actors. Both books are illustrated and Monster Mash has many photos from old movies. It is not available in print yet, but I plan to do that as fast as I can.

    I’m so glad you enjoy Delilah’s adventures and the mix with the Cinema Simulacrums. Bette Davis is my favorite Golden Age actress. She would deglamorize herself utterly for a role. Some film experts rank Katharine Hepburn at #1 and Davis at #2 as best actress ever, but Hepburn is always the personality showing through the role. Davis was one of the first Hollywood actress to face up to and challenge the studio system, and it cost her. Vive Bette!

  • susan feldman:

    Christmas is coming! :)
    Any more news on the Delilah Street front? Can we dare to hope for #6 in early to mid 2014? I love these books – I’m a huge fan of movies from the 30s and 40s and love seeing your movie references. Truly, I think you had me with My Man Godfrey, and I would love to see Carole Lombard or Mischa Auer make an appearance… or Monty Wooley and Bette Davis from another of my favorites…I really love how you weave the old movie actors and characters into the plots. Thank you!

  • peggy:

    Hello carol, how are you? I read your book dancing with Werewolves, I thought the book was great ,except for a couple of things. You wrote the word “Desposada’” this word in spanish means. Unhandcuffed , it does not mean Wife. The word you’re looking for is “Esposa” which means wife in spanish. Also the word for “Tigress” in spanish is “Tigressa” not Tigre Hembra . I don’t mean to offend you but I’m puerto rican and those words written the way they were, were distracting me from the story. : ) my emai address is lelita 2264@gmail.com in case you want to yell at me. Again, I did enjoy the book and delilah is kickass.

  • I don’t want to “give away” the title before it’s published, but maybe by this Christmas!

  • Rebecca Mangrum:

    Any news on when to expect the next “Delilah Street” adventure? A title? Looking forward to it.

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