The Blood Lust Of Vampires
This is the most famous tale of sheer terror ever written. As a steady bestseller over the years, as a play, and as a motion picture starring Bela Lugosi, its vampires, werewolves, hypnotists, and restless dead have chilled the spines of audiences throughout the world.
Two young women and four men struggle against the inhuman powers of Dracula, the vampire nobleman of the Carpathian Mountains. When Dracula leaves his ancient castle to seek human blood – the elixir of life which the “undead” must suck from the veins of the living – his unearthly evil spreads from the savage and haunted mountains of Hungary to the coasts and byways of civilized England. In a superb story of terrifying realism, he plunges the lives of six people into a world of supernatural horror.
Gary Lovisi’s Antique Trader Collectible Paperback Price Guide has this edition valued between $10 and $100, depending on condition.
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