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Narrelle M Harris

Narrelle M HarrisNarrelle M Harris writes crime, horror, fantasy, romance and erotica. Her 30+ works of fiction, including 11 novels, have been published in Australia, US, Croatia and the UK.

Her work for Improbable Press includes the Holmes/Watson romances The Adventure of the Colonial Boy and A Dream to Build a Kiss On

Narrelle is also writes vampire novels, erotic spy adventures, het and queer romance, traditional Holmesian mysteries and is author of the paranormal thriller-romance, Ravenfall; spec-fic het romance, Grounded, released by Escape Publishing.

Award nominations include Fly By Night (Ned Kelly Award), Witch Honour and Witch Faith (both short-listed for the George Turner Prize), and Walking Shadows (Chronos Awards; Davitt Awards). Her ghost/crime story Jane won the Athenaeum Library’s “Body in the Library” prize at the 2017 Scarlet Stiletto Awards.

In 2019, Clan Destine Press released Number One Fan, the third novella in Narrelle’s Duo Ex Machina series which includes Fly By Night and Sacrifice; her short story collection Scar Tissue and Other Stories; and rock-and-roll urban fantasy Kitty and Cadaver.

Upcoming releases include Beyond Redemption, the third of the Vampires of Melbourne series, (along with a re-release of the first two books, The Opposite of Life and Walking Shadows)

Narrelle M Harris blogs regularly, and you can find out more about Narrelle here.

Praise for The Opposite of Life

Charlaine Harris – yes, the Charlaine Harris of Sookie Stackhouse/True Blood fame (and no relation) – said in her blog The Opposite of Life is:

“certainly a most unusual vampire novel. Lissa Wilson, librarian, geek, and young woman about town, has a horrendous evening in a club when she opens a restroom door to find two dead girls.

"But that’s just the beginning of Lissa’s trials and tribulations. She seems to be the magnet for trouble. Even her attraction to a new man, Daniel, comes to an abrupt end when Daniel vanishes. Along the road of discovery about the underworld of her city, Lissa learns a lot about the people around her, and even more about herself. She’s a wonderful character; not because she’s an heroic supergirl, but because she rings true. If you can get this book, do. It’s really a refreshing take on a common theme.”