Dracula's Brood

Vintage Vampire Classics by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, M.R. James, Algernon Blackwood, and Others

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Cover Review

Since both covers are the same, I love them both just different colors

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The Last Lords Of Gardonal

William Gilbert

This may have been too long for an anthology of this size but its a delicious tale of revenge

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The Fate Of Madame Cabanel

Eliza Lynn Linton

This is scary because in the day of that depth of superstition, it probably happened to many people "the town" didn't like

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The Man Eating Tree

Phil Robinson

That one was plenty creepy.  I will now look twice at some plants

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Dracula's Brethren

Vintage Vampire Classics by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Fergus Hume, Louisa May Alcott and Others

Book Review

I like this one over-all, one to add to any horror shelf

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Cover Review

Since both covers are the same, I love them both just different colors

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Manor

Karl Heinrich Ulrichs

By today's standard this is very tame but when it was written its a wonder they didn't do to him what he described.  I liked it.

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Old Aeson

Arthur Quiller-Couch

Well the introduction said it was a humorous tale...............I didn't think it was, maybe I just missed the humor

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The Mask

Richard Marsh

I think too many detective stories have honed my skill.  I saw the end coming a mile away, but it was still a great little story

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The Vampire Nemesis

Dolly

I think I had read this in another collection.  Left me with the same questions but that's OK considering it has gotten me wanting to check into stories like this of other cultures

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The Electric Vampire

F.H. Power

I can see how the idea of Frankenstein came to be.  This one really had me enthralled will the end

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