Dark Nocturne (Vampire Hunter D, #10)
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Dark Nocturne

by Hideyuki Kikuchi
Release date: March 2008
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fiction, fantasy

Illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano.

In the title story, "Dark Nocturne," D is hired to unlock the secret of a siren's song that is drawing men in their twenties to their deaths in the hills outside Anise Village. In "Notes on Imagined Autumn" D finds himself caught between two lovers during a ritualistic sacrifice in the village of Shirley's Door, but if D can't stop the sacrifice will all in the village be doomed? And in "Legend of the War Demons" two living weapons, genetically engineered creatures who are the last remnants of a war waged hundreds of years in the past, find that battle is not so easily forgotten. It's up to D to stop their unending conflict before it consumes the present as it did the past.

(updated 2012-10-02)

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