Miscellaneous Bisexual Monster Books by Title
Some queer monsters are so rarely seen that they don't quite warrant a page of their very own. But they're still fascinating to us so here are the books that explore the world of these creatures.
These are the items that have been found, a general description, and the general rating by the fans. (note: the ratings shows not only how good the story is, but also how well the horror or creatures are portrayed, and openly queer it is. A really good non-gay item might score very low).
This page focuses on all bisexual misc items.For a page that shows all orientations, please go here
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|Guilty Innocent, The: Knights of the Darkness Chronicles
Even the guilty can be innocent...a heinous set-up leads to the arrest of a very powerful vampire. Now, those who know him best must risk their lives to discover the truth before it is too late.
||Frank M. Robinson||
They are among us and they have been here for a long time waiting. They can make you love and they can make you die. Arthur Banks, an ordinary man, begins to find them out, and immediately his life and his family are in danger.
|Every Which Way But Dead
Witch bounty hunter Rachael is up to her old tricks, but this time she is keeping the supernatural community safe from a new evil ley-line witch; while still saving herself from an overly affectionate vampire, a demon who wants to own her and a lone werewolf.
|For a Few Demons More
A fiendish serial killer stalks the Hollows, claiming victims across society, and the resulting terror ignites a vicious Inderland gang war.
||John Peyton Cooke||
A malevolent witch's curse takes root in the swampy area known as Stink Lake. Now, years later the nearby townspeople become the prey for a supernatural force which bends the environment to its will.
|Three on a Broomstick
Alvin suspected something was a bit different when he became a live-in writer. Sure, the household was unusual but he could never have dreamed up the antics of the Three Furies. Easily the gayest Mary's he had ever met, but that paled in comparison to the surprising things that they could conjure up around the neighborhood.
It began with the call no daughter ever wants to get: the call that told Vicki that her mother was dead of a sudden heart attack. But what started as a personal tragedy soon became the most terrifying case of Vicki's career--when her mother's body disappeared.
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