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Succubus: A Novel of Erotic Possession

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For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).

Cover of the novel Succubus by Campo Verde the pseudonym of Irving A. Greenfield
Cover of the eBook reissue of Succubus by Irving A. Greenfield

Succubus: A Novel of Erotic Possession, is a novel written bv Irving A. Greenfield under the pseudonym of Campo Verde. In this work, a Succubus possesses one of the main characters. In December 2012, the work was reissued as an eBook on Amazon.com.


Details

  • Title: Succubus: A Novel of Erotic Possession
  • Author: Irving A. Greenfield
  • Publisher: Dell Books Reissue: Polus Books
  • Format: Paperback Reissued in eBook format 2012
  • ASIN: B000LETG64
  • Reissue ASIN: B00AL1MFXS
  • Release date: 1970 Reissued: December 7, 2012

Note: This book was originally published under the name Campo Verde, the pseudonym of Irving A. Greenfield, by Manor books in 1970. This novel was reprinted under Greenfield's own name shortly after.


Synopsis

A man is horrified to discover his wife is possessed by a demonic succubus, that she preys on men, killing them horribly after having sexual relations.  His only hope to save her is to find a way to expel the creature.

2012 Reissue Synopsis: In the storied world of the ancients, the sex-mad seductive woman-beast called succubus is a wicked and dangerous thing. When an ambitious archeologist discovers that his wife leads a double life haunting dreams and cavorting with strangers, he wants the sex and wants it all. But her powers are still growing.


About Irving A Greenfield

Irving Greenfield was born in Brooklyn, New York. He was a youthful runaway, a merchant seaman, and a soldier during the Korean War, afer which his writing talent burst into print. His novel, The Ancient of Days, was a best-seller for six weeks and Tagget was made into a film for TV.

Book Review

At the time of this article's entry in the SuccuWiki, no review was available. Tera has purchased this work and will review it as soon as possible.

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