Bram Stoker’s immortal tale of vampirism told the story of how Count Vlad Tepes came to London and met his demise at the hands of Abraham van Helsing’s vampire hunters. But how did Dracula occupy his time when he wasn’t stalking Lucy Westenra and Mina Harker? These sixteen stories take the infamous nosferatu on a tour of 1890s Londonwhere he encounters such historical personages as actress Ellen Terry, young scientist Nikola Tesla, Edward, Prince of Wales, and a writer named Abraham Stokerin this masterful anthology from some of the best authors to ever sink their teeth into vampire mythology…
Tanya Huff * Fred Saberhagen * Nigel Bennett and P.N. Elrod * Roxanne Longstreet Conrad * Judith Proctor * Elaine Bergstrom * K.B. Bogen * Jody Lynn Nye * Chelsea Quinn Yarbro * Bradley H. Sinor * Amy L. Gruss and Catt Kingsgrave-Ernstein * Julie Barrett * Gene DeWeese * Nancy Kilpatrick * Gary A. Braunbeck * Bill Zaget
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Peter MacMillan was born in Ireland and has lived in Japan for more than twenty years. He has been a visiting researcher at the universities of Princeton, Columbia and Oxford, and is currently a translator, poet and print-maker. He has translated Tales of Ise and One Hundred Poets, One Poem Each for Penguin Classics.
Published by Ace Nov 01, 2001| 272 Pages| 6 x 9| ISBN 9780441008582