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Erzsébet, A Monodrama: The Complete Score By Dennis Báthory-Kitsz
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The complete score to the dramatic opera "Erzsébet", the story of the Blood Countess who died in 1614, a victim either of her own crimes as a serial killer of 612 women, or a grand... More > conspiracy to acquire her land and wealth. The opera is a monodrama, where the single character of Elizabeth Bathory speaks to the people in her life as history winds past. For chamber ensemble of eight.< Less
Erzsebet: A Monodrama By Dennis Báthory-Kitsz
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Libretto to "Erzsébet", an opera about the Blood Countess Elizabeth Bathory of 16th-17th century Hungary. This monodrama version is performed by a single person, with chamber music... More > accompaniment (available as a separate score). This is a difficult story with intense themes expressed in a bed of poetic lyrics.< Less
The Book of Were-Wolves By Sabine Baring-Gould
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Written in 1865, The Book of Were-Wolves remains to this day one of the premier sources for information on cases of lycanthropy in ancient and late medieval times, as well as related cases of... More > therio-morphism. Baring-Gould explores the myths and legends of the Berserkirs of the Scandinavian sagas, the loup-garoux of France, and the weres of Central Europe, Russia and the British Isles. In the midst of all this, he stops to tell the strange and chilling tale of Gilles de Rais. Baring-Gould goes on to give us examples of legends and tales from India, Greece, Abbysinia, and the Amerind peoples regarding the relationship of Man and the Beast. The book also hints at the relationship between weres, witches, trolls and vampires, but never goes into the the details of these relationships. Neither does it cover the shamanic aspects of the phenomenon, or it’s relationship to the ancient warrior societies. For all that, it is nonetheless a most interesting read…but not one for the faint of heart or stomach!< Less
The Book of Were-Wolves By Sabine Baring-Gould
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Written in 1865, The Book of Were-Wolves remains to this day one of the premier sources for information on cases of lycanthropy in ancient and late medieval times, as well as related cases of... More > therio-morphism. Baring-Gould explores the myths and legends of the Berserkirs of the Scandinavian sagas, the loup-garoux of France, and the weres of Central Europe, Russia and the British Isles. In the midst of all this, he stops to tell the strange and chilling tale of Gilles de Rais. Baring-Gould goes on to give us examples of legends and tales from India, Greece, Abbysinia, and the Amerind peoples regarding the relationship of Man and the Beast. The book also hints at the relationship between weres, witches, trolls and vampires, but never goes into the the details of these relationships. Neither does it cover the shamanic aspects of the phenomenon, or it’s relationship to the ancient warrior societies. For all that, it is nonetheless a most interesting read…but not one for the faint of heart or stomach!< Less
Bloodlust By Mari Bianca
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Teenage girls are being killed, and there are only two people capable of finding out who’s doing it before he strikes again. When Jimmy Borkowski, editor in chief of London’s biggest... More > morning newspaper, discovers that his publisher is responsible for a string of women quitting at the newspaper, he calls on an old colleague to help him put the missing pieces together. So begins a dangerous cat-and-mouse game, where a seemingly all-seeing killer knows that they are in Germany, and exactly what they have come for. He must evade detection, keeping the two journalists off his trail so that he can complete his cycle – a cycle that starts and ends with blood.< Less
Forbidden Worlds 11 By Gary Wheeler
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Old Sins Year 1, Volume 0.1 By Joseph Cadotte
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Old Sins is a comic designed to mesh magic realism and American folklore while glorifying librarians, historians, geeks, and flyover country. It follows the life of librarian Ekaterina Banick and her... More > geek sister-in-law Ophelia Banick as they seek their fortune in the corners of forests, rivers, and suburbia. Old Sins seeks to move the past into the present, bringing historic events that are on the edges of reality to middle America, integrating famous villians like Elizabeth Bathory and local ghost stories.< Less
Old Sins Year 1, Volume 0.1 By Joseph Cadotte
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Old Sins is a comic designed to mesh magic realism and American folklore while glorifying librarians, historians, geeks, and flyover country. It follows the life of librarian Ekaterina Banick and her... More > geek sister-in-law Ophelia Banick as they seek their fortune in the corners of forests, rivers, and suburbia. Old Sins seeks to move the past into the present, bringing historic events that are on the edges of reality to middle America, integrating famous villians like Elizabeth Bathory and local ghost stories.< Less
The Beauty Mark By Katlyn Charlesworth
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The third and final novella within the Tottering Trilogy. Book 3 - The Beauty Mark Countess Elizabeth Báthory finds herself a lone ruler of the people of Csejte when her husband, Ferenc... More > Nádasdy, is forced to aid in the Long War for Hungary. An educated woman, she is able to care for her people, providing them with medical care and managing business affairs. Due to her diplomatic and respectful nature, no one would dare to assume that the “madness”, which ran through Elizabeth’s side of the family, has any affect on her. However, the countess has an insecurity that could threaten the very lives of the people that were charged in her keep… her beauty. Obsessed with her physical appearance, Elizabeth is determined to find a way to preserve her magnificence, but such an endowment comes with a cost. The countess will do whatever it takes to protect her most prized possession, but the gruesome secrets she keeps behind palace walls may not be able to be kept clandestine forever.< Less
The Beauty Mark By Katlyn Charlesworth
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The third and final novella within the Tottering Trilogy. Book 3 - The Beauty Mark Countess Elizabeth Báthory finds herself a lone ruler of the people of Csejte when her husband, Ferenc... More > Nádasdy, is forced to aid in the Long War for Hungary. An educated woman, she is able to care for her people, providing them with medical care and managing business affairs. Due to her diplomatic and respectful nature, no one would dare to assume that the “madness”, which ran through Elizabeth’s side of the family, has any affect on her. However, the countess has an insecurity that could threaten the very lives of the people that were charged in her keep… her beauty. Obsessed with her physical appearance, Elizabeth is determined to find a way to preserve her magnificence, but such an endowment comes with a cost. The countess will do whatever it takes to protect her most prized possession, but the gruesome secrets she keeps behind palace walls may not be able to be kept clandestine forever.< Less