Oh sure, these book shops would have one or two racks of best-sellers, and maybe a small section of the classics…books everyone had heard of. But these shops were also where you could buy the other books: steamy erotica, violent crime novels, the action-filled pulp reprints of barbarian fantasy and lurid horrors…books nobody talked about (but, when no one was looking, everyone read).
Airport Books is dedicated to bringing back the high art of low thrills to download for Kindle. We're your own private book club where you can get exciting, readable novels sizzling with subversive ideas, genuine drama, and unapologetic action. We want to help you find a book that can make all the difference between a dull commute and an exciting journey, between a boring afternoon and a lifetime of adventure.
When a sensuous safecracker and the King of the Vampires begin a torrid love affair in 1974, nothing can stand in their way: not the nationwide crime syndicate, not the Vampire Mafia…not even the rampaging forces of nature itself!
With a ragtag team of stuntmen, conmen, lesbians, and bisexual swingers, Count Dracula and Emily Malone are going to take what they need from the vaults of Bullitsville, Kentucky…and they're not going to stop until their sexy desires are met! But between the gunfights and threesomes, the shootouts and the incest, the secret needs of a centuries-old conspiracy is growing…and when its shocking betrayal is enacted, neither the living nor the Undead can survive its onslaught!
Airport Books is proud to bring you E.J. Ehlers' Erotic Vampire Bank Heist in all its uncut glory. It's like Dracula by Sam Peckinpah and Anais Nin! Varney The Vampire by Jim Thompson and Erica Jong! And it's like nothing you've ever read before!
Erotic Vampire Bank Heist is smart, sexy, and self-aware — a twisty pretzel of a hedonistic supernatural caper story with a unique heroine at its core. You might be saying to yourself: "But pretzels aren't sexy." I say: "You are wrong. Also, why are you talking about pretzels when you could be reading this book?"
—Sarah Kuhn, Author of One Con Glory
Oh, no big deal; that’s just Jeff being quoted in The New York Times, talking about Dark Knight III: The Master Race.
(And for those who’d like to read more of Jeff talking about this particular comic, stay tuned to the main Wait, What? site later this week.)
(Also, thanks to Graeme and Matt, there will be some very smart things being said about DK3 very, very soon, so do stayed tuned to the Wait, What? site.