Written by Kim Newman, writing as "Jack Yeovil", and the first three were originally published by "GW Books"

Drachenfels (GW Books 1989 / Black Library October 2001)Edit

Detlef Sierck, the self-proclaimed greatest playwright in the world, has declared that his next production will be a recreation of the end of the Great Enchanter Drachenfels - to be staged at the very site of his death, the Fortress of Drachenfels itself. But the castle's dark walls still hide a terrible secret which may make the opening night an evening to remember! Storming dark fantasy with the vampire femme-fatale Genevieve!

Genvieve Undead (GW Books 1993 / Black Library January 2002)Edit

After her return from Drachenfels, Genevieve Dieudonne, the vampire femme fatale, embarks on an odyssey of self-discovery in which she must face monsters and magicians, intrigue and evil. Her journey takes her from the depths of an old theater to an accursed mansion under a deadly gothic spell, and finally to the hunt of a savage unicorn mare through haunted forests.

Beasts in Velvet (GW Books 1991 / Black Library May 2002)Edit

As a killer called "The Beast" stalks the Imperial capital of Altdorf, evidence points to members of the Imperial court. With the gruesome murders mounting, the disgraced watchman "Filthy" Harald Kleindeinst is reinstated for a single assignment: to stop the Beast's reign of terror and discover its true identity.

Silver Nails (Black Library September 2002)Edit

Readers are taken through a journey in the fantasy land of Warhammer through five interwoven novellas featuring Genevieve the vampire. From the bandit-infested Grey Mountains to the Chaos Wastes, these stories show that nowhere, not even the sanctity of the capital city of the empire, is safe.