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Raymond Rudorff – The Dracula Archives (1977)

Posted by demonik on November 11, 2012

Raymond Rudorff – The Dracula Archives (Sphere, 2nd edition, 1977)

The undead are haunting the night…

Out of the dim mists of the past, a mysterious narrator has reconstructed the terrible history of the House of Dracula.

He pieces together the letters and journals of seven people who became caught up in a web of terror, a nightmare that finally brought them face to face with a hellish legend turned to reality.

But what are this strange narrator’s motives? Why has he dedicated himself with such fervour to uncovering the long-lost secret of the Vampire Count?

Could it be that the old prophecy that the blood of Dracula would rise again has yet to be fulfilled?

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Bram Stoker – Dracula

Posted by demonik on May 7, 2009

Bram Stoker – Dracula [# 1] (Sphere, 1974)


Count Dracula … Lord of the Living dead. Unhuman, a creature of the night, he existed only to slake his monstrous thirst for human blood. And those he chose as victims were themselves doomed to an eternity of torment, lusting for the life blood of new victims.

Dracula, a classic occult novel, is volume 1 in the Dennis Wheatley Library of the Occult.

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