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Magazines:

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1. Yarbro, C.Q., The palace : an historical horror novel. 1978, New York: St. Martin's Press. 408 p. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

2. Schultz, S. and J. Hanson, 101 monster jokes : guaranteed to curl your hair. 1982, North Mankato, Minn.: Creative Paperbacks.A collection of 101 jokes and riddles about such monsters as ghouls, goblins, witches, vampires, and dragons. by Sam Schultz ; pictures by Joan Hanson.

6. TurŠell, D., Alverdens vampyrer : f≤rste forestilling pÍa grusomhedens teater eller en id‚es rejse fra 5000 f. Kristus til i dag. 1978, [Copenhagen]: Borgen. 128 p. Dan TurŠell.

8. Dresser, N., American vampires : fans, victims & practitioners. 1st ed. 1989, New York: Norton. 255 p. Norine Dresser.

9. Dresser, N., American vampires : fans, victims & practitioners. 1st Vintage books ed. 1990, New York: Vintage Books. 255 p. Norine Dresser.

10. Lake, P., Among the immortals : a novel. 1994, Brownsville, OR: Story Line Press. 301 p. by Paul Lake.

11. Baker, S., Ancestral hungers. 1st Tor ed. 1995, New York: TOR. 320 p. Scott Baker.

12. Whedon, J., et al., Angel : strange bedfellows. 1st ed. 2002, Milwaukie, OR: Dark Horse Comics. 1 v. (unpaged.) based on the TV series created by Joss Whedon & David Greenwalt.

13. Yarbro, C.Q., The angry angel. 1st ed. 1998, New York: Avon Books. 359 p. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro ; illustrated by Christopher H. Bing.

14. Roberts, B.B., Anne Rice. Twayne's United States authors series ; TUSAS 644. 1994, New York

16. Ramsland, K.M., The Anne Rice reader. 1st ed. 1997, New York: Ballantine Books. 359 p. edited by Katherine Ramsland.

17. Newman, K., Anno-Dracula. 1st Carroll & Graf ed. 1993, New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers. 359 p. Kim Newman.

18. Stoker, B. and L. Wolf, The annotated Dracula : [annotated ed. of] Dracula. 1st ed. 1975, New York: C. N. Potter : distributed by Crown Publishers. xviii, 362 p. by Bram Stoker ; introd., notes, and bibliography by Leonard Wolf ; art by SŤatty.

20. Passarella, J.G. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Avatar. 2001, New York: Pocket Pulse. 309 p. John Passarella.

21. Banks, L.A., The awakening : a vampire huntress lengend. 1st ed. 2004, New York: St. Martin's Griffin L.A. Banks. main themes: Women in the performing arts Fiction.

23. Kwitz, M.D. and S. Ormai, The bell tolls at Mousehaven Manor. 1991, New York: Scholastic. 125 p.Count Von Flittermouse, a body-changing vampire bat, kidnaps Violet Mae Mouse in hopes of gaining a bottle of fluid from the Fountain of Youth. by Mary DeBall Kwitz ; illustrated by Stella Ormai.

25. Kessler, A., The best of Dreams of Decadence. 2003, New York: New American Library. 337 p. Edited by Angela Kessler.

27. Farrant, D., Beyond the Highgate Vampire : a true case of supernatural occurrences and "vampirism" that centred around London's Highgate Cemetery. 2nd. rev. ed. Ghosts and legends-some interesting cases. 1994, London: British Psychic and Occult Society. 43 p. by David Farrant.

30. Youngson, J., The bizarre world of vampires. Count Dracula Fan Club limited ed. 1996, Chicago, IL: Adams Press. 40 p. Jeanne Keyes Youngson ; introduction by Vincent Hillyer.

32. Neuwirth, B., Blass sei mein Gesicht : Vampirgeschichten. 1988, Wien: Wiener Frauenverlag. 203 p. herausgegeben von Barbara Neuwirth.

33. Gladwell, A.O. and J. Havoc, Blood & roses : the vampire in 19th century literature. 1992, London: Creation Press. 283 p. edited by AdŠele Olivia Gladwell & James Havoc.

34. Baker, N., Blood and chrysanthemums : a vampire novel. 1994, Toronto ; New York: Viking. 282 p. Nancy Baker.

35. Rice, A., Blood and gold, or, The story of Marius. 1st ed. 2001, New York: Knopf. 471 p. Anne Rice.

36. Lumley, B., Blood brothers. 1st ed. 1992, New York: TOR Horror. 408 p. Brian Lumley.

39. Theory, G., Blood dreams. 1st ed. 1996, St. Paul, MN: Detour Press Theory Girls. main themes: Women Crimes against Fiction.

40. Yarbro, C.Q., Blood games : a novel of historical horror, third in the Count de Saint-Germain series. 1979, New York: St. Martin's Press. 458 p. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

41. Datlow, E., Blood is not enough : 17 stories of vampirism. 1st ed. 1989, New York: W. Morrow. 319 p. edited by Ellen Datlow.

43. Tan, C., Blood kiss : vampire erotica. 1994, Cambridge, MA: Circlet Press. vi, 128 p. edited by Cecilia Tan.

45. Page, C., Blood lust : conversations with real vampires. 1st ed. 1991, New York, NY: HarperCollins. viii, 192 p. Carol Page.

46. Blood muse : timeless tales of vampires in the arts. 1995, New York: Donald I. Fine. p. Esther M. Friesner, Martin H. Greenberg, editors.

48. Wartell, M., Blood of our children. 1996, Westminster, CO: Web Pub. Co. 211 p. Matt Wartell ; [illustrations by Steven Peiker].

49. Monahan, B., The blood of the covenant : a novel of the vampiric. 1st ed. 1995, New York: St. Martin's Press. 310 p. Brent Monahan.

52. Schoder, J., The blood suckers. 1981, New York: J. Messner. 63 p.Recounts the development of the vampire legend through history, folklore, literature, and motion pictures. Considers the possibility that there may be vampires living in the world today. Judith Schoder.

55. Tremayne, P., Bloodright : a memoir of Mircea, son of Vlad Tepes, Prince of Wallachia, also known as Dracula ... born on this Earth in the year of Christ 1431, who died in 1476 but remained undead. 1979, New York: Walker. 222 p. as translated by Abraham Van Helsing and released to the public for the first time by Peter Tremayne.

56. Minns, K.M.C., Bloodsong : a novel. 1st ed. 1997, Irvine, CA: Bluestocking Books. 224 p. Karen Marie Christa Minns.

57. Moore, C., Bloodsucking fiends : a love story. 1995, New York: Simon & Schuster. 300 p. Christopher Moore.

58. Lumley, B., Bloodwars. 1st ed. 1994, New York: TOR. 509 p. Brian Lumley.

59. Curran, B., Bloody Irish : Celtic vampire legends. 2002, Dublin: Merlin Pub. 186 p. Bob Curran.

60. Hamilton, L.K. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Blue moon. Ace ed. 1998, New York: Ace Books. 418 p. Laurell K. Hamilton. main themes: Blake, Anita (Fictitious character) Fiction.

61. Monahan, B., The book of common dread. 1st ed. 1993, New York: St. Martin's Press. 328 p. Brent Monahan.

62. Shepard, L., The Book of Dracula. 1991, New York: Wings Books : Distributed by Outlet Book Co. 269, 288 p. edited and introduced by Leslie Shepard.

63. Holder, N., The book of fours : a historie of the four Slayers, this being their first adventure. 2001, New York: Pocket Books. 336 p. as told by The Watcher of the Fifth Slayer to Nancy Holder.

64. Chupp, S. and A. Greenberg, The book of nod : by Aristotle de Laurent, Beckett, et al. 1993, Stone Mtn., CA: White Wolf Game Studio. 134 p. [written by Sam Chupp and Andrew Greenberg].

65. Hinkley, J.W. and M. Deas, The book of vampires. 1979, New York: F. Watts. 48 p.Presents various vampire legends from over the centuries while pointing up the impossibility of the existence of such a creature. by James W. Hinkley ; illustrated by Michael Deas.

66. Wright, D., The book of vampires. 1989, Detroit, Mich.: Omnigraphics. vi, 220 p. by Dudley Wright.

67. Lord, D.T., Bound in blood. 2001, New York: Kensington Books. 346 p. David Thomas Lord.

68. Roth, P.A., Bram Stoker. Twayne's English authors series ; TEAS 343. 1982, Boston: Twayne Publishers. 167 p. by Phyllis A. Roth.

69. Belford, B., Bram Stoker : a biography of the author of Dracula. 1st ed. 1996, New York: Knopf : Distributed by Random House. xv, 381 p. Barbara Belford.

70. Hughes, W. and A. Smith, Bram Stoker : history, psychoanalysis, and the Gothic. 1998, New York: St. Martin's Press. xiii, 229 p. edited by William Hughes and Andrew Smith.

71. Bloom, H., Bram Stoker's Dracula. Bloom's modern critical interpretations. 2003, Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers. vii, 243 p. edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.

73. Davison, C.M. and P. Simpson-Housley, Bram Stoker's Dracula : sucking through the century, 1897-1997. 1997, Toronto: Dundurn Press. 432 p. edited by Carol Margaret Davison ; with the participation of Paul Simpson-Housley.

76. Howe, D., J. Howe, and A. Daniel, Bunnicula : a rabbit tale of mystery. 1st ed. 1979, New York: Atheneum. xii, 98 p.Though scoffed at by Harold the dog, Chester the cat tries to warn his human family that their foundling baby bunny must be a vampire. by Deborah and James Howe ; illustrated by Alan Daniel.

82. Holder, N., J. Mariotte, and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), The burning. 2001, New York: Pocket Books. 274 p. Nancy Holder and Jeff Mariotte.

84. Yarbro, C.Q., A candle for D'Artagnan : an historical horror novel, third in the Atta Olivia Clemens series. 1st ed. 1989, New York, NY: Tor Horror : Distributed by St. Martin's Press in the U.S. ix, 485 p., [1] p. of plates Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

86. Marffin, K., Carmilla, the return : a vampire novel. 1998, Darien, IL: Design Image Group. 296 p. by Kyle Marffin.

87. Kapralov, Y., Castle Dubrava. 1st ed. 1982, New York: Dutton. 247 p. Yuri Kapralov.

88. Howe, J. and L.H. Morrill, The celery stalks at midnight. 1st ed. 1983, New York: Atheneum. xi, 111 p.Chester the cat is more than ever convinced that Bunnicula is a vampire when there is a harvest of white vegetables on the morning after the night that Bunnicula was probably wandering through the neighborhood. by James Howe ; illustrated by Leslie Morrill.

89. Murphy, M.J., The celluloid vampires : a history and filmography, 1897-1979. 1979, Ann Arbor, MI: Pierian Press. xi, 351 p. by Michael J. Murphy.

90. Gosse, D., The Celtic cross. 1995, St. John's, NF: Jesperson Pub. 209 p. Douglas Gosse.

91. Olivares Merino, J.A., Cenizas del plenilunio alado : p‚alpitos y vestigios del vampiro en la literatura inglesa anterior a Dr‚acula, de Bram Stoker : tradici‚on literaria y folcl‚orica. 1. ed. Colecci‚on Alonso de Bonilla. 2001, Ja‚en: Universidad de Ja‚en. 658 p. Julio Angel Olivares Merino.

92. Hamilton, L.K., Cerulean sins. 2003, New York: Berkley Books. 405 p. Laurell K. Hamilton.

93. Williams, T., N.K. Hoffman, and G. Hildebrandt, Child of an ancient city. 1st ed. Dragonflight books. 1992, New York

94. Kilpatrick, N., Child of the night. 1996, London: Raven Books. 314 p. Nancy Kilpatrick.

95. Simmons, D., Children of the night. 1992, Northridge, Calif.: Lord John Press. 320 p. Dan Simmons.

97. Kalogridis, J., Children of the vampire : the diaries of the family Dracul. 1995, New York: Delacorte Press. xiv, 301 p. Jeanne Kalogridis.

98. Elrod, P.N., A chill in the blood. 1st ed. 1998, New York: Ace Books. 327 p. P.N. Elrod.

99. Hamilton, L.K., Circus of the damned. 2004, New York: Berkley Books Laurell K. Hamilton. main themes: Blake, Anita (Fictitious character) Fiction.

100. Shan, D., Cirque du Freak. 1st U.S. ed. 2001, Boston: Little, Brown. 266 p.Two boys who are best friends visit an illegal freak show, where an encounter with a vampire and a deadly spider forces them to make life-changing choices. by Darren Shan.

101. Sanvoisin, E., M. Matje, and G. Moroz, The city of ink drinkers. 1st American ed. 2002, New York: Delacorte Press. 36 p.An ink-drinking vampire and his young fellow book-suckers must pull up stakes and find a new home when subway tunnels threaten to collapse their cemetery. story by E‚ric Sanvoisin ; illustrations by Martin Matje ; translated by Georges Moroz.

103. Cooper, M. and B. Kiwak, Classic vampire stories : timeless tales to sink your teeth into. 1996, Los Angeles

105. McNally, R.T., A clutch of vampires : these being among the best from history and literature. 1974, Greenwich, Conn.: New York Graphic Society. 255 p. [compiled] by Raymond T. McNally.

106. Elrod, P.N., Cold streets. 1st ed. 2003, New York: Ace Books. 380 p. P.N. Elrod.

108. Yarbro, C.Q., Come twilight : a novel of Saint-Germain. 1st ed. 2000, New York: Tor. 479 p. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

110. Vande Velde, V., Companions of the night. 1st ed. 1995, San Diego: Harcourt Brace. 212 p.When sixteen-year-old Kerry Nowicki helps a young man escape from a group of men who claim he is a vampire, she finds herself faced with some bizarre and dangerous choices. Vivian Vande Velde.

112. Stevenson, J., The complete idiot's guide to vampires. 2002, Indianapolis, IN: Alpha. xv, 314 p. by Jay Stevenson.

114. West, T.M. and S. Ellis, Confessions of a teenage vampire : the turning. Scholastic graphic novel. 1997, New York: Scholastic Inc. 77 p. by Terry M. West, and [illustrated by] Steve Ellis.

116. Rice, A. and M. Riley, Conversations with Anne Rice. 1st ed. 1996, New York: Ballantine Books. xvii, 296 p. Michael Riley.

118. Borland, C., Countess Dracula : a novel. 1st ed. 1994, Absecon, N.J.: MagicImage FilmBooks. 143 p. by Carroll Borland ; with a biography of Carroll Borland by Gregory Wm. Mank.

119. Lumley, B., Coven of vampires. 1st ed. 1998, London: Hodder & Stoughton. xii, 292 p. Brian Lumley ; illustrated by Bob Eggleton.

120. Kalogridis, J., Covenant with the vampire : the diaries of the family Dracul. 1994, New York, N.Y.: Delacorte Press. 324 p. Jeanne Kalogridis.

121. Hays, C. and K. McFall, The cowboy and the vampire : a very unusual romance. 1st ed. 1999, St. Paul, Minn.: Llewellyn Publications. 318 p. Clark Hays & Kathleen McFall.

123. Mosiman, B.S. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Craven moon. 2003, New York, NY: DAW Books. 320 p. Billie Sue Mosiman.

126. Baker, T. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Crimson shadows. 2003, New York: Pinnacle Books. 411 p. Trisha Baker.

128. Yarbro, C.Q., Crusader's torch. 1st ed. 1988, New York, N.Y.: T. Doherty Associates. xiii, 459 p. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

133. Feehan, C. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Dark guardian. 2002, New York: Leisure Books : Dorchester. 369 p. Christine Feehan.

136. Elrod, P.N., The dark sleep. 1st ed. 1999, New York: Ace Books. 359 p. P.N. Elrod.

140. Pierce, M.A., The Darkangel. 1st Magic Carpet Books ed. 1998, San Diego: Magic Carpet Books/Harcourt Brace. 281 p.The servant girl Aeriel must choose between destroying her vampire master for his evil deeds or saving him for the sake of his beauty and the spark of goodness she has seen in him. Meredith Ann Pierce.

141. Pierce, M.A., The Dark-angel. 1st ed. 1982, Boston: Little, Brown. 223 p.The servant girl Aeriel must choose between destroying her vampire master for his evil deeds or saving him for the sake of his beauty and the spark of goodness she has seen in him. Meredith Ann Pierce.

143. Perkowski, J.L., The darkling : a treatise on Slavic vampirism. 1989, Columbus, Ohio, USA: Slavica. 169 p. by Jan L. Perkowski.

145. Lee, T., Darkness, I : third in the blood opera sequence. 1st U.S. ed. 1996, New York: St. Martin's Press. 408 p. Tanith Lee.

148. Knox, E., Daylight. 1st ed. 2003, New York: Ballantine Books. 356 p. Elizabeth Knox.

150. Ranft, M. and D. Sonnier, De masticatione mortuorum in tumulis = De la mastication des morts dans leurs tombeau, 1728. Petite collection atopia ; no 2. 1995, Grenoble: J. Millon. 125 p. MichaŤel Ranft ; traduit du latin, annot‚e et pr‚esent‚e par Danielle Sonnier.

152. Harris, C., Dead to the world. 1st ed. 2004, New York: Ace Books Charlaine Harris. main themes: Vampires Fiction.

154. Elrod, P.N., Death and the maiden : being the second book in the adventures of Jonathan Barrett, gentleman vampire. 2004, Dallas, Tex.: BenBella Books as related to P.N. Elrod.. main themes: Vampires Fiction.

155. Sizemore, S. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Deceptions. 2002, New York: Ace Books. 260 p. Susan Sizemore.

156. Gilman, L.A. and J. Sherman, Deep water. 2000, New York: Pocket Pulse. 178 p. Laura Anne Gilman and Josepha Sherman.

157. Kline, S.J., The degeneration of women : Bram Stoker's Dracula as allegorical criticism of the Fin de SiŠecle : mit einer zusammenfassung auf deutsch : avec un r‚esum‚e en franūcais. Bonner Untersuchungen zur vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft, Bd. 7. 1992, Rheinbach-Merzbach: CMZ-Verlag. vii, 315 p. Salli J. Kline.

159. Atwater-Rhodes, A., Demon in my view. 2000, New York: Delacorte Press. 176 p.Seventeen-year-old Jessica Allodola discovers that the vampire world of her fiction is real when she develops relationships with an alluring vampire named Aubrey and the teenage witch who is trying to save Jessica from his clutches. Amelia Atwater-Rhodes.

161. Harmening, D., Der Anfang von Dracula : zur Geschichte von Geschichten. Quellen und Forschungen zur europŤaischen Ethnologie ; Bd. 1. 1983, WŤurzburg: KŤonigshausen + Neumann. 157 p. Dieter Harmening.

163. Kreuter, P.M., Der Vampirglaube in SŤudosteuropa : Studien zur Genese, Bedeutung und Funktion : RumŤanien und der Balkanraum. Romanice ; Bd. 9. 2001, Berlin: Weidler. 218 p. Peter Mario Kreuter.

164. Merz, J.F. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), The destructor. 2003, New York: Kensington Publishing. 348 p. Jon F. Merz.

165. Thompson, R.C., The devils and evil spirits of Babylonia : being Babylonian and Assyrian incantations against the demons, ghouls, vampires, hobglobins, ghosts, and kindred evil spirits, which attack mankind. 1976, New York: AMS Press translated from the original cuneiform texts, with transliterations, vocabulary, notes, etc. by R. Campbell Thompson.

166. Collins, N.A. and P. Lee, Dhampire : stillborn. 1996, New York, NY: DC Comics. [64] p. Nancy A. Collins [writer] ; Paul Lee [artist].

167. Michelson, R. and L. Baskin, Did you say ghosts?. 1st ed. 1993, New York

168. Wachtel, N., Dieux et vampires : retour Ša Chipaya. La Librairie du XXe siŠecle. 1992, Paris: Seuil. 183 p. Nathan Wachtel.

170. Gallagher, D.G., J. Whedon, and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Doomsday deck. 2000, New York: Pocket Pulse. 193 p. Diana G. Gallagher ; an original novel based on the hit TV series created by Joss Whedon.

172. Cueto, R. and C. D‚iaz, Dr‚acula : de Transilvania a Hollywood. 1997, Madrid: Nuer. 338 p. Roberto Cueto y Carlos D‚iaz.

173. Jamison, J. and B. Basso, Drac's night out. 2001, [s.l.]: Price Stern Sloan. [14] p.Dracula goes out on a date in Vampire City. by Jocelyn Jamison ; illustrated by Bill Basso.

174. Kilpatrick, N., Dracul : an eternal love story. 1998, San Diego, Calif.: Lucard Pub. 217 p. by Nancy Kilpatrick.

175. Dietz, S. and B. Stoker, Dracula. 1996, New York: Dramatists Play Service. 89 p. by Steven Dietz.

178. Spinner, S., J. Spence, and B. Stoker, Dracula. Step-up classic chillers. 1988, New York: Random House. 94 p.Having deduced the double identity of Count Dracula, a wealthy Transylvanian nobleman, a small group of people vow to rid the world of the evil vampire. by Bram Stoker ; adapted by Stephanie Spinner ; text illustrations by Jim Spence.

179. Stoker, B. and M.W. Shelley, Dracula. 1973, Garden City, N.Y.,: Doubleday. xiii, 655 p. by Bram Stoker. Frankenstein; (or, The modern Prometheus), by Mary Shelley.

181. Stoker, B., Dracula. 1983, New York: Modern Library by Bram Stoker.

182. Stoker, B. and G. Hildebrandt, Dracula. 1985, Parsippany, N.J.: Unicorn Pub. House. 261 p., [1] leaf of plates.Having deduced the double identity of Count Dracula, a wealthy Transylvanian nobleman, a small group of people vow to rid the world of the evil vampire. by Bram Stoker ; illustrated by Greg Hildebrandt.

183. Stoker, B., Dracula. 1st American ed. 1988, New York: Bedrick/Blackie. 379 p. Bram Stoker ; illustrated by Charles Keeping.

184. Stoker, B., Dracula. Classic pop-ups. 1990, London: Grandreams. 1 v. (unpaged).Having discovered the double identity of the wealthy Transylvanian nobleman, Count Dracula, a small group of people vow to rid the world of the evil vampire. Features pop-up illustrations. Bram Stoker.

186. Stoker, B. and M. Hindle, Dracula. Penguin classics. 1993, New York: Penguin Books. xl, 520 p. Bram Stoker ; edited with an introduction and notes by Maurice Hindle.

187. Stoker, B. and L. Schwinger, Dracula. Illustrated junior library. 1994, New York: Grosset & Dunlap. 428 p.Having discovered the double identity of the wealthy Transylvanian nobleman, Count Dracula, a small group of people vow to rid the world of the evil vampire. by Bram Stoker ; illustrated by Larry Schwinger.

188. Stoker, B., Dracula. Courage classics. 1995, Philadelphia: Courage Books. 528 p. Bram Stoker.

190. Stoker, B., Dracula. 1997, New York: TOR Bram Stoker.

191. Stoker, B., et al., Dracula. [Eagr‚an nua]. ed. 1997, Baile ‚Atha Cliath: An G‚um. 334 p. Bram Stoker a scr‚iobh ; Se‚an ‚O Cuirr‚in a chuir i nGaeilge ; Ion Codrescu a mhaisigh ; (arna ch‚oiri‚u agus arna chur in eagar ag Maolmhaodh‚og ‚O Ruairc).

193. Stoker, B. and T. Humphries, Dracula. Eyewitness classics. 1997, New York: DK Pub.After discovering the double identity of the wealthy Transylvanian nobleman, Count Dracula, a small group of people vow to rid the world of the evil vampire. Illustrated notes throughout the text explain the historical background of the story. by Bram Stoker ; abridged from the original ; illustrated by Tudor Humphries. main themes: Vampires Fiction.

195. Stoker, B. and B. Moser, Dracula. Books of wonder. 2000, New York: HarperCollins. 430 p.After discovering the double identity of the wealthy Transylvanian nobleman, Count Dracula, a small group of people vow to rid the world of the evil vampire. Bram Stoker ; illustrated by Barry Moser ; afterword by Peter Glassman.

196. Stoker, B., Dracula. Classics of mystery & suspense. 2001, Naples, Fla.: Trident Press International. 334 p. Bram Stoker.

197. Stoker, B., Dracula. 2001 Modern Library pbk. ed. The Modern Library classics. 2001, New York: Modern Library. xxvi, 394 p. Bram Stoker.

198. Stoker, B. and M. Hindle, Dracula. Rev. ed. Penguin classics. 2003, London ; New York: Penguin Books. xlvii, 454 p. Bram Stoker ; edited with an introduction and notes by Maurice Hindle ; preface by Christopher Frayling.

199. Teitelbaum, M. and A. Ruiz, Dracula. 1992, Racine, Wis.: Western Pub. Co. 91 p. adapted from the Universal film Dracula by Mike Teitelbaum ; illustrated by Art Ruiz.

201. Wynne-Jones, T., L. G‚al, and B. Stoker, Dracula. Classic horror series. 1997, Toronto: Key Porter Kids. [48] p.After discovering the double identity of the wealthy Transylvanian nobleman, Count Dracula, a small group of people vow to rid the world of the evil vampire. by Bram Stoker ; retold by Tim Wynne-Jones ; illustrated by Laszlo Gal.

202. Clapp, T. and B. Stoker, Dracula : a new stage version. 1993, Studio City, Calif.: Players Press. 56 p. by Tom Clapp.

207. Byron, G., Dracula : Bram Stoker. New casebooks. 1999, New York: St. Martin's Press. ix, 225 p. edited by Glennis Byron.

208. Shepard, L. and A. Power, Dracula : celebrating 100 years. 1997, Dublin: Mentor Press. 192 p. edited by Leslie Shepard, Albert Power.

209. Stoker, B. and J.P. Riquelme, Dracula : complete, authoritative text with biographical, historical, and cultural contexts, critical history, and essays from contemporary critical perspectives. 2002, New York: Palgrave. xv, 622 p. edited by John Paul Riquelme.

210. Grivel, C., Dracula : de la mort Ša la vie. 1997, Paris: Editions de l'Herne. 251 p., [16] p. of plates dirig‚e par Charles Grivel.

212. Leatherdale, C., Dracula : the novel & the legend : a study of Bram Stoker's gothic masterpiece. 1985, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire: Aquarian Press. 256 p. Clive Leatherdale.

213. Leatherdale, C., Dracula : the novel & the legend : a study of Bram Stoker's gothic masterpiece. Rev ed. 1993, Brighton, East Sussex: Desert Island Books. 256 p. Clive Leatherdale.

217. Rudorff, R., The Dracula archives. 1971, London,: David Bruce and Watson Ltd. 207 p. 23 cm. main themes: Dracula, Count (Fictitious character) Fiction.

218. Rudorff, R., The Dracula archives. 1972, New York,: Arbor House. 206 p. 22 cm. main themes: Dracula, Count (Fictitious character) Fiction.

219. Shepard, L., The Dracula book of great vampire stories. 1st ed. 1977, Secaucus, N.J.: Citadel Press. 269 p. edited, with an introd. by Leslie Shepard.

220. Dadey, D., et al., Dracula doesn't rock and roll. 1999, New York: Scholastic. 66 p. by Debbie Dadey and Marcia Thornton Jones ; illustrated by John Steven Gurney.

221. Bourre, J.P., Dracula et les vampires. 1981, Monaco: Editions du Rocher. 161, [6] p. Jean-Paul Bourre.

225. Bethlen, J., K. Paul, and R. Ferguson, Dracula Junior and the fake fangs : a 3-D picture book. 1st ed. 1996, New York: Dial Books for Young Readers. 1 v. (unpaged).A young vampire races about his family's castle, disrupting all the relatives as he searches for his grandmother's false fangs. by Julianna Bethlen ; illustrated by Korky Paul ; [paper engineering by Richard Ferguson].

226. Ronay, G., The Dracula myth. 1972, London, New York,: W. H. Allen. x, 180, [8] p. illus., facsims., map, ports. 23 cm.

227. McClelland, B., The Dracula poems. 1978, New York: Sixpack Press. viii, 53 p. Bruce McClelland ; pref. by Robert Kelly.

228. Spriggs, R. and B.L. Glenn, The Dracula poems : a poetic encounter with the lord of vampires. 1992, Murrayville, GA: Circle Myth Press. 122 p. by Robin Spriggs and Brent L. Glenn ; with illustrations by Kelly O'Neal ... [et al.].

229. Haining, P., The Dracula scrapbook : articles, essays, letters, newspaper cuttings, anecdotes, illustrations, photographs and memorabilia about the vampire legend. 1976, London: New English Library. 176 p. edited by Peter Haining ; foreword by Christopher Lee.

230. Ballantyne, J., The Dracula set. 1993, London: Company of Words. 55 p. James Ballantyne.

231. Ratnett, M., J. Goulding, and I. Smyth, Dracula steps out : a pop-up book. 1st American ed. 1998, New York: Orchard Books. 1 v. (unpaged).A cumulative, rhyming tale of a typical night out for the famous vampire, but with a surprise at the end and sliding panels, pull-tabs and jokes all along the way. Michael Ratnett & June Goulding ; [paper engineering by Iain Smyth].

233. Greenberg, M.H., Dracula, Prince of Darkness. DAW book collectors ; no. 889. 1922, New York: DAW Books. 316 p. edited by Martin H. Greenberg.

234. Green, C.R., W.R. Sanford, and H. Schroeder, Dracula's daughter. Movie monsters. 1985, Mankato, Minn., U.S.A.: Crestwood House. 48 p.Countess Zaleska, the daughter of Dracula, pursues her own vampire activities after her father's death. by Carl R. Green and William R. Sanford ; edited by Howard Schroeder ; produced and designed by Baker Street Productions, Ltd.

235. Ambrus, V.G., Dracula's late-night TV show. 1990, Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press. 1 v. (unpaged) Victor G. Ambrus.

238. Wolf, L., A dream of Dracula: in search of the living dead. [1st ed. 1972, Boston,: Little. xiii, 327 p. illus. 25 cm. main themes: Vampires.

239. Lichtenberg, J., Dreamspy. 1st ed. 1989, New York: St. Martin's Press. 337 p. Jacqueline Lichtenberg.

240. Lichtenberg, J., Dreamspy. 2004, Dallas, TX: BenBella Books by Jacqueline Lichtenberg. main themes: Life on other planets Fiction.

241. Welch, S.M., Earl the vampire : a play. 2000, New York: S. French. 64 p. by Sean Michael Welch.

245. Holder, N. and J. Mariotte, Endangered species. Angel. 2002, New York: Simon Pulse. 376 p.Angel, Cordy, Gunn, Wesley, Fred, and Chaz set off for a tropical island to try to save Faith from the nefarious plans of Chaz's wife, Marianna, but the real danger may come from the lawyers of Wolfram & Hart. Nancy Holder and Jeff Mariotte.

246. Harbour, D., Energy vampires : a practical guide for psychic self-protection. 2002, Rochester, Vt.: Destiny Books. 182 p. Dorothy Harbour.

247. Lovell, M., An enquiry into the existence of vampires. [1st ed. 1974, Garden City, N.Y.,: Doubleday. 181 p. 22 cm. main themes: Vampires Fiction.

248. Stoker, B., R.T. McNally, and R. Florescu, The essential Dracula : a completely illustrated & annotated edition of Bram Stoker's classic novel. 1979, New York: Mayflower Books. 320 p. by Raymond McNally & Radu Florescu.

249. Stoker, B. and L. Wolf, The essential Dracula : including the complete novel by Bram Stoker. 1993, New York: Plume. xxiv, 484 p. written and edited by Leonard Wolf ; notes, bibliography, and filmography revised in collaboration with Roxana Stuart ; illustrations by Christopher Bing.

250. Turlington, S.R., The everything kids' monsters book : from ghosts, goblins, and gremlins to vampires, werewolves, and zombies : puzzles, games, and trivia guaranteed to keep you up at night. 2002, Avon, Mass.: Adams Media. vii, 133 p. Shannon R. Turlington.

253. Myers, B. and D. Wimbish, Fangs for the memories. 1999, Minneapolis, Minn.: Bethany House. 125 p.When a vampire torments the people of their town, Sean and his sister Melissa use their detective skills and depend on the help of God to deal with the problem. by Bill Myers with David Wimbish.

258. Yarbro, C.Q., A flame in Byzantium. 1987, New York: Tor. ix, 470 p. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

261. Claes, O., Fremde, Vampire : SexualitŤat, Tod und Kunst bei Elfriede Jelinek und Adolf Muschg. 1994, Bielefeld: Aisthesis. 204 p. Oliver Claes.

262. Bradbury, R., From the dust returned : a family remembrance. 1st ed. 2001, New York: William Morrow. xi, 204 p. Ray Bradbury.

264. Astrop, J., Ghastly games : 12 sinister board games invented designed, and drawn for your pleasure. 1983, New York: Delacorte Press. [24] p.A collection of spooky board games which can be played with counters and dice. Playing boards in the book, featuring illustrations of sharks, snakes, devils, and vampires, are life-size and ready for use. by John Astrop.

265. Walton, R. and P. Bagley, The ghost is clear : riddles about ghosts, vampires, witches, and other creatures. 1995, Carson City, Nev.: Buckaroo Books. 62 p.A collection of riddles about ghosts, goblins, vampires, witches, and other creatures that cause shivers in the night. written by Rick Walton ; illustrated by Pat Bagley.

267. Christensen, J.-A., Ghosts, werewolves, witches & vampires. 2001, Edmonton: Lone Pine. 224 p. Jo-Anne Christensen ; illustrations by Arlana Anderson-Hale.

268. Liebman, A. and J. Williams, The ghosts, witches & vampires quiz book. 1991, New York, N.Y.: Sterling Pub. Co. 127 p.Two dozen multiple choice quizzes about every type of supernatural creature on TV, and in films, literature, myth, and legend. by Arthur Liebman ; illustrated by Jack Williams.

271. Sansevere, J.R. and E. Farber, Go Fango : how to be a vampire. 1993, [Racine, Wis.]: Western Pub. 1 v. (unpaged) created and produced by John R. Sansevere and Erica Farber.

274. Muss-Barnes, E., The Gothic rainbow. 1997, Cleveland: Dubh Sith Ink. 482 p. Eric Muss-Barnes.

281. Yarbro, C.Q., H„otel Transylvania : a novel of forbidden love. 1978, New York: St. Martin's Press. 279 p. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

285. Ramsland, K.M. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), The heat seekers. 2002, New York: Pinnacle Books. 348 Katherine Ramsland.

289. Bennett, N. and P.N. Elrod, His father's son. 2001, Riverdale, NY

290. Skal, D.J., Hollywood gothic : the tangled web of Dracula from novel to stage to screen. 1990, New York: Norton. 242 p. David J. Skal.

293. Spratford, B.S. and T.H. Clausen, The horror readers' advisory : the librarian's guide to vampires, killer tomatoes, and haunted houses. ALA readers' advisory series. 2004, Chicago: American Library Association Becky Siegel Spratford, Tammy Hennigh Clausen.

294. Howe, J. and J. Mack, Hot fudge. Bunnicula and friends ; #2. 2004, New York: Atheneum Books for Young Readers.The Monroe family animals suspect that Bunnicula is up to his old tricks when a pan of fudge turns white. James Howe ; illustrated by Jeff Mack. main themes: Fudge Fiction.

295. Downing, M., The house of Dracula : a comedy-horror. 1992, London ; New York: S. French. 71 p. Martin Downing.

296. Viereck, G.S., The house of the vampire. Supernatural & occult fiction. 1976, New York: Arno Press. 190 p. George Sylvester Viereck.

297. Hall, K., How to be a vampire. R.L. Stine's Ghosts of Fear Street ; 13. 1996, New York: Pocket Books. 125 p.Andrew enjoys being a vampire until his vampire teacher gives him lessons on how vampires really behave. [written by Katy Hall].

298. Gilden, M. and J. Pierard, How to be a vampire in one easy lesson. 1990, New York, N.Y.: Avon Books. 91 p.Danny and his monster friends are surprised when Stevie, the class bully, says that he wants to be a vampire. Mel Gilden ; illustrated by John Pierard.

302. Banks, L.A., The hunted : a vampire huntress legend. 1st U.S. ed. 2004, New York: St. Martin's Griffin by L.A. Banks. main themes: Richards, Damali (Fictitious character) Fiction.

303. Shan, D., Hunters of the dusk. 1st U.S. ed. 2004, New York: Little, Brown.Darren Shan leaves Vampire Mountain as part of an elite force on a life-and-death mission to find the newly-risen Vampaneze Lord, who is set to lead the vampaneze into war against the vampires. by Darren Shan.

304. Matheson, R., I am legend. 1970, New York,: Walker. 122 p. 22 cm. main themes: Vampires Fiction.

305. Matheson, R., I am legend. 1st ORB pbk. ed. 1997, New York: ORB Richard Matheson.

306. Elrod, P.N., I, Strahd. Ravenloft books. 1993, Lake Geneva, WI: TSR. 309 p. P.N. Elrod.

307. Stine, J.M. and F.J. Ackerman, I, Vampire. 1st Longmeadow Press ed. 1995, Stamford, Conn.: Longmeadow Press. xv, 235 p. edited by Jean Marie Stine and Forrest J. Ackerman.

308. Giovannini, F., Il libro dei vampiri : dalla leggenda alla presenza quotidiana. 1985, Bari: Dedalo. 220 p. Fabio Giovannini.

309. Schiavoni, G., Il piacere della paura : Dracula e il crepuscolo della dignitŠa umana : atti del Convegno "Scenari della paura," UniversitŠa di Messina, 25-26 marzo 1993. 1995, Alessandria: Edizioni dell'Orso. xiv, 130 p. Convegno "Scenari della paura" (1993 : UniversitŠa di Messina)

310. Tardiola, G., Il vampiro nella letteratura italiana. L'Arco muto ; 4. 1991, Anzio (Roma): De Rubeis. 88 p. Giuseppe Tardiola.

311. Neiger, A. and G. Almansi, Il vampiro, Don Giovanni e altri seduttori. 1998, Bari: Dedalo. 438 p. a cura di Ada Neiger ; [Guido Almansi ... et al.].

312. Barzaghi, M., Il vampiro, o, Il sentimento della modernitŠa. 1996, Vibo Valentia: Monteleone. 350 p. Mario Barzaghi.

313. Stoker, B., The illustrated Dracula : original text. 1975, New York: Drake Publishers. 184 p. by Bram Stoker.

315. Thompson, J.M. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Immortal blood. 2003, New York: Kensington Pub. Corp. 314 p. James M. Thompson.

316. McNally, R.T. and R. Florescu, In search of Dracula : a true history of Dracula and vampire legends. 1975, New York: Galahad Books. 223 p. Raymond T. McNally and Radu Florescu.

318. McNally, R.T. and R. Florescu, In search of Dracula; a true history of Dracula and vampire legends. 1972, Greenwich, Conn.,: New York Graphic Society. 223 p. [by] Raymond T. McNally and Radu Florescu.

319. Gresham, S. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), In the blood. 2001, New York

320. Atwater-Rhodes, A., In the forests of the night. 1999, New York: Delacorte Press. 147 p.Risika, a teenage vampire, wanders back in time to the year 1684 when, as a human, she died and was transformed against her will. Amelia Atwater-Rhodes.

321. Marcus, J., In the shadow of the vampire : reflections from the world of Anne Rice. 1st ed. 1997, New York: Thunder's Mouth Press. xvi, 140, [33] p. by Jana Marcus ; with an introduction by Katherine Ramsland.

322. Pitt, I., The Ingrid Pitt bedside companion for vampire lovers. 1998, London: Batsford. 192 p. ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm. main themes: Vampires.

323. Sanvoisin, ‚., M. Matje, and G. Moroz, The ink drinker. 1st American ed. 1998, New York: Delacorte. 35 p.A boy who hates books discovers an ink-drinking vampire in his father's bookshop and follows him to his underground vault. story by ‚Eric Sanvoisin ; illustrations by Martin Matje ; translated by Georges Moroz.

324. Rice, A., Interview with the vampire. Reset for anniversary ed. 1996, New York: Knopf. 340 p. by Anne Rice.

326. Rice, A., Interview with the vampire : a novel. 1st ed. 1976, New York: Knopf. 371 p. by Anne Rice.

327. Miller, L.L., Into the night. 2002, New York: Berkley Books. 486 p. Linda Lael Miler.

328. Merz, J.F. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), The invoker. 2002, New York: Pinnacle Books. 351 p. Jon F. Merz.

329. Noyes, D. and C. Mills, It's Vladimir!. 2001, New York: Marshall Cavendish. 1 v. (unpaged).Doomed to spend his time alone in a castle because of the terrible tantrums he throws, Vladimir the vampire wants more than anything to be able to fly. by Deborah Noyes ; illustrated by Christopher Mills.

331. Holder, N. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), The journals of Rupert Giles. Vol. 1. 1st Simon Pulse ed. 2002, New York: Simon Pulse. 191 p., [8] p. of plates Nancy Holder.

332. Newman, K., Judgment of tears : anno Dracula 1959. 1st Carroll & Graf ed. 1998, New York: Carroll & Graf. 291 p. Kim Newman.

333. Bennett, N. and P.N. Elrod, Keeper of the king. 1997, Riverdale, NY: Baen Books. 400 p. Nigel Bennett, P.N. Elrod.

334. Okoko, D., The kingdom of the vampires. 1st ed. 1994, New York: Vantage Press. 52 p. Don Okoko.

335. Farber, E. and J.R. Sansevere, Kiss of the vampire. Mercer Mayer's LC + the Critter Kids. 1996, Racine, Wis.: Western Pub. Co. 68 p. written by Erica Farber, J.R. Sansevere.

336. Cr‚em‚en‚e, A. and F. Zemmal, La mythologie du vampire en Roumanie. 1981, Monaco: Rocher. 249, [2] p., [8] p. of plates Adrien Cremene, avec la collaboration de Franūcoise Zemmal.

337. Elrod, P.N., Lady Crymsyn. 1st ed. 2000, New York: Ace Books. 410 p. P.N. Elrod.

338. Elrod, P.N., Lady Crymsyn. 2000, New York: Ace Books P.N. Elrod.

339. Markale, J., L'‚enigme des vampires. BibliothŠeque de l'‚etrange,. 1991, Paris: Pygmalion/G. Watelet. 306, [4] p. Jean Markale.

340. Lumley, B., The last aerie. 1st ed. 1993, New York: TOR. 479 p. Brian Lumley.

341. Pike, C., The last vampire. 1994, New York: Pocket Books. 193 p. Christopher Pike.

342. Strieber, W., The last vampire. 2001, New York: Pocket Books. 303 p. Whitley Strieber.

343. Pike, C., The last vampire 2 : black blood. 1994, New York, NY: Pocket Books. 196 p. Christopher Pike.

344. Pike, C., The last vampire 3 : red dice. 1995, New York: Pocket Books. 193 p.Alisa and her partner Joel, an FBI agent, flee government agents who know that they are vampires and wish to analyze and duplicate their blood. Christopher Pike.

345. Pike, C., The last vampire 4 : phantom. 1996, New York: Pocket Books. 179 p.After 5,000 years Alisa is no longer a vampire, but a frail and confused human; will the baby that grows in her be a demon or an angel? Christopher Pike.

346. Pike, C., The last vampire 6 : creatures of forever. 1996, New York: Pocket Books. 181 p. Christopher Pike.

347. Hamilton, L.K., The laughing corpse. Berkley hardcover ed. 2003, New York: Berkley Books Laurell K. Hamilton. main themes: Blake, Anita (Fictitious character) Fiction.

348. Sugarman, D. and W.W. Pue, Lawyers and vampires : cultural histories of legal professions. 2002, Oxford ; Portland, OR.: Hart Pub. viii, 399 p. edited by W. Wesley Pue and David Sugarman.

349. Villeneuve, R. and J.-L. Degaudenzi, Le mus‚ee des vampires. 1976, [Paris]: H. Veyrier. 368 p. Roland Villeneuve et Jean-Louis Degaudenzi.

351. Jarrot, S., Le vampire dans la litt‚erature du XIXe au [XXe] siŠecle : de l'autre Ša un autre soi-m„eme. 1999, Paris: Harmattan. 224 p. Sabine Jarrot.

352. Lopez, G., Le vampirisme au quotidien : r‚eflexions sur Dracula et la psychologie des vampires. 2000, Paris: Atelier de l'Archer. 100 p. G‚erard Lopez ; pr‚eface de Arianne Casanova.

353. Bourre, J.P., Le vampirisme aujourd'hui : j'ai rencontr‚e les morts-vivants. 1978, Nice: A. Lefeuvre. 227 p., [8] leaves of plates Jean Paul Bourre.

354. Wilgowicz, P., Le vampirisme, de la dame blanche au golem : essai sur la pulsion de mort et sur l'irrepr‚esentable. 1991, Meyzieu [France]: C‚esura Lyon ‚edition. 329 p. P‚erel Wilgowicz.

355. Melani, S., L'eclissi del consueto : angeli, demoni e vampiri nell'immaginario vittoriano. 1. ed. Il leone e l'unicorno ; 5. 1996, Napoli: Liguori. 195 p. Sandro Melani.

357. Buican, D., Les m‚etamorphoses de Dracula : l'histoire et la l‚egende. Collection Le Domaine du mystŠere. 1993, Paris: Editions du F‚elin. 202 p. Denis Buican.

358. Marigny, J., Les vampires : colloque de Cerisy. Cahiers de l'herm‚etisme. 1993, Paris: A. Michel. 303 p. [Jean Marigny ... et al.].

359. Delorme, R., Les Vampires humains. 1978, Paris: A. Michel. 203 p. Roger Delorme.

360. Robertson, J. and S. Pinkus, Let's all draw monsters, ghosts, ghouls, and demons. 1991, New York: Watson-Guptill Publications. 141 p.Provides step-by-step instructions for drawing a variety of monsters, including vampires, aliens, skeletons, and specific favorites such as King Kong and Godzilla. Jane Robertson ; text by Sue Pinkus.

361. Bellamy, D., The letters of Mina Harker. Lingo books. 1998, West Stockbridge, MA: Hard Press. 221 p. Dodie Bellamy.

363. Strieber, W., Lilith's dream : a tale of the vampire life. 2002, New York: Atria Books. 324 p. Whitley Strieber.

365. Waddell, M. and J. Wright, Little Dracula at the seashore. 1st U.S. ed. 1992, Cambridge, Mass.: Candlewick Press. 1 v. (unpaged).The inhabitants of Castle Dracula enjoy a variety of activities when they spend a day at the seashore. by Martin Waddell ; illustrated by Joseph Wright.

366. Waddell, M. and J. Wright, Little Dracula goes to school. 1st U.S. ed. 1992, Cambridge, Mass.: Candlewick Press. 1 v. (unpaged).Although he is apprehensive about starting school, Little Dracula finds that he loves it once he gets there. by Martin Waddell ; illustrated by Joseph Wright.

371. Sanvoisin, E. and M. Matje, Little red ink drinker. 1st American ed. 2002, New York: Delacorte Press. 35 p.Two young ink-drinkers are sucked into a fairy tale and must be saved by Uncle Draculink. story by Eric Sanvoisin ; illustrations by Martin Matje.

372. Sommer-Bodenburg, A., et al., The little vampire : a novelization. 2000, New York: Pocket Books. vi, 245 p.Nine year-old Tony Thompson, a horror story fan, has just moved from sunny California to a spooky old castle in Scotland, and he's miserable. Then he meets Rudolph, a vampire! After the two strike up a fun-filled friendship, a vampire hunter stalks Rudolph and his entire family, threatening to turn them back into humans. The chase is on, and the boys are sinking their teeth into the adventure of a lifetime! by Angela Sommer-Bodenburg and Nicolas Waller ; based on the screenplay by Karey Kirkpatrick & Larry Wilson.

374. Sfar, J., et al., Little Vampire does Kung Fu!. 2003, New York: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. 1 v. (unpaged).Little Vampire and his monster companions help their human friend learn to defend himself against a bully. stories and drawings by Joann Sfar ; colors by Walter ; [translated by Mark and Alexis Siegel].

376. Sommer-Bodenburg, A. and A. Glienke, The little vampire takes a trip. Andersen young readers' library. 1984, London: Andersen Press. 135 p.Tony is not at all thrilled by the prospect of a week's vacation on an isolated farm until he convinces his best friend, a little vampire, to come along. [Angela Sommer-Bodenburg] ; translated by Sarah Gibson ; illustrated by Amelie Glienke.

377. Holleyman, S., Little vampire's diary. 1995, San Francisco: Chronicle Books. 1 v. (unpaged) [Sonia Holleyman].

378. Glovach, L. and C. Keller, The little witch presents a monster joke book. 1976, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. [48] p.The Little Witch presents a collection of jokes, riddles, and rhymes featuring ghosts, vampires, skeletons, and monsters of various sorts. by Linda Glovach and Charles Keller.

379. Twitchell, J.B., The living dead : a study of the vampire in Romantic literature. 1981, Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press. 219 p. James B. Twitchell.

380. Harris, C. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Living dead in Dallas. 2002, New York: Ace Books : Berkley Pub. Group. 262 p. Charlaine Harris.

385. G‚omez-Alonso, J., Los vampiros a la luz de la medicina. 1. ed. 1995, Vigo, Galicia, Espašna: Neuropress. 205 p. Juan G‚omez-Alonso.

386. Brite, P.Z., Lost souls. 1992, New York, N.Y.: Delacorte Press. 359 p. Poppy Z. Brite.

387. Knight, A., Love bites. 1st Richard Kasak book ed. 1995, New York: Masquerade Books. 202 p. edited by Amarantha Knight.

388. Brite, P.Z., Love in vein : twenty original tales of vampiric erotica. 1994, New York: HarperPrism. viii, 405 p. edited by Poppy Z. Brite.

390. Gruhzit-Hoyt, O., Lust for blood : the consuming story of vampires. 1984, New York: Stein and Day. 245 p., [16] p. of plates Olga Hoyt.

391. Martin, A.M. and D. Zimmer, Ma and Pa Dracula. 1st ed. 1989, New York: Holiday House. 122 p.Convinced he leads a normal life, sleeping during the day and waking at night to do lessons and play while his parents work at the blood bank, nine-year-old Jonathan is astounded when he accidentally discovers how other people live and the real nature of his parents' work. Ann M. Martin ; drawings by Dirk Zimmer.

392. Lacassin, F., Ma„itre des lions et des vampires, Louis Feuillade. Librairie du premier siŠecle du cin‚ema. 1995, [Paris]: P. Bordas. 327 p. Francis Lacassin ; pr‚eface de Henri Fescourt.

394. Mosiman, B.S. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Malachi's moon. 2002, New York, NY: DAW Books. 352 p. Billie Sue Mosiman.

396. Farson, D., The man who wrote Dracula : a biography of Bram Stoker. 1975, London: M. Joseph. 240 p., [4] leaves of plates Daniel Farson.

397. Yarbro, C.Q., Mansions of darkness : a novel of Saint-Germain. 1st ed. 1996, New York: Tor. 430 p. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

401. Rice, A., Memnoch the Devil. 1st ed. 1995, New York: Knopf. 353 p. Anne Rice.

403. Rice, A., Merrick : a novel. 2000, New York: A.A. Knopf : Distributed by Random House. 307 p. by Anne Rice.

405. Gideon, N., Midnight enchantment. 1999, Hickory Corners, MI: ImaJinn Books. 276 p. Nancy Gideon.

406. Wilson, F.P., Midnight Mass. 1st ed. 2004, New York: Tor Books F. Paul Wilson.

407. Haining, P., The midnight people: being eighteen terrifying and bizarre tales of vampires. 1968, London,: Frewin. 255 p. 22 cm. main themes: Vampires Fiction.

408. Atwater-Rhodes, A., Midnight predator. 2002, New York, N.Y.: Delacorte Press. 248 p.Turquoise Draka, a mercenary trained to fight vampires, witches, and shape-shifters, infiltrates a vampire stronghold, but ghosts from her past and new possibilities for her future threaten to distract her from the work at hand. Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. main themes: Vampires Fiction.

410. Bergstrom, E. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Mina. Ace ed. 2000, New York: Ace Books. 325 p. Marie Kiraly.

412. Banks, L.A., Minion : a vampire huntress legend. 1st ed. 2003, New York: St. Martin's Griffin. vi, 296 p. L.A. Banks.

413. Sierra, J. and J.E. Davis, Monster Goose. 1st ed. 2001, San Diego: Harcourt. 1 v. (unpaged).A collection of twenty-five nursery rhymes, rewritten to feature vampires, ghouls, mummies, the Loch Ness monster, and other fearsome creatures. by Judy Sierra ; illustrated by Jack E. Davis.

420. Frank, A.G., Monsters & vampires. 1976, London: Octopus Books. 160 p. [by] Alan Frank.

422. Hall, A., Monsters and mythic beasts. 1975, London: Aldus Books : distributed by Jupiter Books. 144 p. by Angus Hall.

423. Hoke, H. and C. Keeping, Monsters, monsters, monsters. 1975, New York: Watts. 187 p. selected by Helen Hoke ; pictures by Charles Keeping.

424. Pinkwater, D.M., The moosepire. 1st ed. 1986, Boston: Little, Brown. 44 p.The talking blue moose attempts to unravel the riddle of the Moospire, a vampire moose that reportedly lurks near the town of Yellow Tooth. Daniel Pinkwater.

425. Maestro, G., More Halloween howls : riddles that come back to haunt you. 1st ed. 1992, New York: Dutton Children's Books. 1 v. (unpaged).A collection of riddles about witches, vampires, skeletons, and other scary Halloween creatures. by Giulio Maestro.

428. Radin, A., Motiv vampira u mitu i knjiťzevnosti. 1996, Beograd: Prosveta. 244 p. Ana Radin.

430. Alvarez-Correa, M. and J.F. Ochoa, Mundos de la noche : vampiros, sat‚anicos y entidades. 1. ed. 2001, Bogot‚a, D.C., Colombia: [s.n.]. 132 p. Miguel Alvarez-Correa, Jos‚e Fernando Ochoa.

431. Hodgman, A. and J. Pierard, My babysitter bites again. 1993, New York: Pocket Books. 135 p. by Ann Hodgman ; illustrated by John Pierard.

432. Hodgman, A. and J. Pierard, My babysitter is a vampire. 1991, New York: Pocket Books. 121 p.Eleven-year-old Meg is not happy that her mother insists on hiring a babysitter for her and her younger brother, especially one with pointed teeth and a fondness for biting people's necks. by Ann Hodgman ; illustrated by John Pierard.

434. Viorst, J. and K. Chorao, My mama says there aren't any zombies, ghosts, vampires, creatures, demons, monsters, fiends, goblins, or things. [1st ed. 1973, New York,: Atheneum. [44] p.If his mother has made other important mistakes, can Nick trust her word that there are no goblins and such lurking around in the night? Drawings by Kay Chorao.

437. Farber, E. and J.R. Sansevere, My teacher is a vampire. Mercer Mayer's LC & the Critter Kids. 1994, Racine, WI: Western Pub. Co. 46 p. written by Erica Farber, J.R. Sansevere.

438. Farson, D. and A. Hall, Mysterious monsters. 1st American ed. Great mysteries. 1979, New York: Mayflower Books. 256 p. by Daniel Farson and Angus Hall.

439. Wilson, L., G. Smith, and D. Schlegel, The mystery of Dracula? : fact or fantasy?. 1978, New York

440. Garden, N., Mystery of the night raiders. 1987, New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux. 167 p. Nancy Garden.

441. Oxlade, C., The mystery of vampires and werewolves. Can science solve? 2002, Chicago: Heinemann Library. 32 p.Looks at legends about vampires and werewolves in different cultures, their reputed appearance and behavior, similarities between the two creatures, and possible scientific explanations of the old stories. Chris Oxlade.

442. SchŤurmann, T., Nachzehrerglauben in Mitteleuropa. Schriftenreihe der Kommission fŤur Ostdeutsche Volkskunde in der Deutschen Gesellschaft fŤur Volkskunde ; Bd. 51. 1990, Marburg: N.G. Elwert. 160 p. Thomas SchŤurmann.

445. Masters, A., The natural history of the vampire. [1st American ed. 1972, New York,: Putnam. xii, 258 p. illus. 23 cm. main themes: Vampires.



447. Lumley, B., Necroscope : avengers. 2001, New York: Tor/Tom Doherty Associates Book. 445 p. Brian Lumley.

448. Lumley, B., Necroscope. Deadspawn. 1st ed. 2003, New York: Tor Books Brain Lumley.

449. Lumley, B., Necroscope. Resurgence. 1st ed. 1996, New York: Tor. 414 p. Brian Lumley.

450. LÓorinczi, M., Nel dedalo del drago : introduzione a Dracula. 1992, Roma: Bulzoni. 286 p. Marinella LÓorinczi.

453. Thompson, J.M. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Night blood. 2001, New York

454. Yarbro, C.Q., Night blooming. 2002, New York: Aspect. xiv, 429 p. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

455. Baker, N., The night inside. 1st American ed. 1994, New York: Fawcett Columbine Nancy Baker. main themes: Vampires Fiction.

456. Pridgen, W., Night of the dragon's blood. 1st ed. 1997, Palatka, Fla.: Hodge & Braddock. 192 p. William Pridgen.

458. Cacek, P.D., Night prayers : a vampire novel. 1998, Darien, Ill.: The Design Image Group. 219 p. by P.D. Cacek.

459. Novak, M., No zombies allowed. 1st ed. 2001, New York: Atheneum Books for Young Readers. 1 v. (unpaged).As they look at photographs of their previous year's Monster Party, two witches begin to exclude zombies, ghosts, and vampires to avoid problems, but finally decide that a party is more fun when everyone is included. by Matt Novak.

462. Hamilton, L.K., Obsidian butterfly. 1st ed. 2000, New York: ACE Books. 386 p. Laurell K. Hamilton.

463. Feehan, C., et al., The only one. 2003, New York: Leisure Books. 366 p. Christine Feehan, Susan Grant, Susan Squires.

464. Golden, C. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Original sins. 2001, New York: Pocket Pulse. ix, 178 p. Christopher Golden.

465. Leatherdale, C., The origins of Dracula : the background to Bram Stoker's Gothic masterpiece. 1995, Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex, U.K.: Desert Island Books. 239 p. [edited by] Clive Leatherdale.

469. Yarbro, C.Q., Out of the house of life. 1st ed. 1990, New York: Tor Books. xi, 446 p. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

470. Yarbro, C.Q., Out of the house of life. 1994, New York: Orb Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

471. Miller, L.L., Out of the shadows. 2002, New York: Berkley Books Linda Lael Miller.

472. Ellis, C., Overnight bite. 1996, New York: Random House. 119 p. Carol Ellis.

473. Yarbro, C.Q., The palace : an historical horror novel. 1978, New York: St. Martin's Press. 408 p. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

474. Rice, A., Pandora : new tales of the vampires. 1st trade ed. 1998, New York: Knopf : Distributed by Random House. 353 p. Anne Rice.

475. Rice, A., Pandora : new tales of the vampires. 1998, New York: Random House Large Print in association with Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. 372 p. (large print) Anne Rice.

476. Hall, B., D. Richmond, and B. Stoker, The passion of Dracula : a drama in three acts based upon the novel by Bram Stoker. Rev. and rewritten. ed. 1979, New York: S. French. 94 p. by Bob Hall and David Richmond.

477. Yarbro, C.Q., Path of the eclipse : a historical horror novel, fourth in the Count de Saint-Germain series. 1981, New York: St. Martin's Press. xi, 447 p. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

478. Ramsland, K.M., Piercing the darkness : undercover with vampires in America today. 1998, New York: HarperPrism. xii, 371 p. Katherine Ramsland.

479. Bellemin-NoŤel, J., Plaisirs de vampire : Gautier, Gracq, Giono. 1re ‚ed. ed. Ecriture,. 2001, Paris: Presses universitaires de France. 215 p. Jean Bellemin-NoŤel.

481. Bhalla, A., Politics of atrocity and lust : the vampire tale as a nightmare history of England in the nineteenth century. 1990, New Delhi: Sterling Publishers. viii, 88 p., [23] p. of plates Alok Bhalla.

482. Macdonald, D.L., Poor Polidori : a critical biography of the author of The vampire. 1991, Toronto ; Buffalo: University of Toronto Press. xiv, 333 p. D.L. Macdonald.

484. James, D., Posted to death. 2002, New York: Kensington Books. 242 p. Dean James.

485. Radin, A., Priťce o vampirima : antologija. 1998, Beograd: Prosveta. 301 p. izbor i predgovor Ana Radin.

486. Ramsland, K.M., Prism of the night : a biography of Anne Rice. 1991, New York, N.Y., U.S.A.: Dutton. xiv, 385 p. Katherine Ramsland.

488. Garden, N. and M. Chessare, Prisoner of vampires. 1st ed. 1984, New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux. vii, 213 p.While writing a term paper on vampires, twelve-year-old Alexander finds himself falling under the spell of Dracula and his family of vampires who are operating a funeral parlor in Massachusetts. Nancy Garden ; illustrations by Michele Chessare.

490. Powell, A., Psychoanalysis and sovereignty in popular vampire fictions. 2003, Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press. xii, 296 p. Anna Powell.

491. Rice, A., The queen of the damned. 1st ed. 1988, New York: Knopf : Distributed by Random House. 448 p. Anne Rice.

494. Proctor, D., The quotable vampire. 1997, New York: Kensington Books. x, 85 p. [compiled by] David Proctor.

497. Cohen, D., Real vampires. 1st ed. 1995, New York: Cobblehill Books. 114 p. Daniel Cohen.

498. Hall, K. and R. Stromoski, Really, really bad sports jokes. 1st ed. 1998, Cambridge, Mass.: Candlewick Press. 31 p.Vampires race neck and neck, Dr. Jekyll plays Hyde and seek, and cheerleaders drink root beer in this collection of sports gags. Katy Hall ; illustrated by Rick Stromoski.

499. Elrod, P.N., Red death : being the first book in the adventures of Jonathan Barrett, gentleman vampire. 2004, Dallas, Tex.: BenBella Books as related to P.N. Elrod. main themes: Vampires Fiction.

502. Cervello, M., The refuge of night : a modern vampire myth with a bonus tale of Renaissance terror. 1st ed. 1996, New York: CVK Pub. 70 p. Mike Cervello.

504. Hill, D.A., Return from the dead: the history of ghosts, vampires, werewolves and poltergeists. 1970, London,: Macdonald and Co. 125 p., 8 plates. [by] Douglas Hill.

507. Odom, M. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Revenant. 2001, New York ; London: Pocket. 386 p. Mel Odom.

508. Tremayne, P., The revenge of Dracula. 1979, New York: Walker. 203 p. Peter Tremayne.

509. Striker, L., Revenge of the vampire librarian. 1995, Milsons Point, NSW: Red Fox. 143 p. by Lee Striker.

510. Parry, M., The Rivals of Dracula : a century of vampire fiction. 1977, London: Corgi. 190 p. edited by Michel Parry.

512. Spruill, S.G., Rulers of darkness. 1st ed. 1995, New York: St. Martin's Press. 357 p. Steven Spruill.

513. Saberhagen, F., S‚eance for a vampire. 1st ed. 1994, New York: TOR : Distributed by St. Martin's Press. 285 p. Fred Saberhagen.

514. Ramsland, K.M., The science of vampires. 1st Berkley Boulevard trade pbk. ed. 2002, New York: Berkley Boulevard Books. xxiii, 276 p. Katherine Ramsland.

515. Markas, J., M. Turosz, and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Scooby-doo and the legend of the vampire. 2001, New York: Scholastic Inc. 71 p.Scooby is in Australia with his friends sightseeing. They decide to attend the Vampire Rock music festival, with mysterious consequences. adapted by Jenny Markas from the script by Mark E. Turosz.

516. Gelsey, J., Scooby-Doo and the vampire's revenge. 1999, New York: Scholastic. 58 p. written by James Gelsey.

518. Anscombe, R., The secret life of Laszlo, Count Dracula. 1st ed. 1994, New York: Hyperion. 409 p. by Roderick Anscombe.

521. Stoker, B. and P. Haining, Shades of Dracula : Bram Stoker's uncollected stories. 1982, London: W. Kimber. 204 p. edited by Peter Haining.

522. Carter, M.L., Shadow of a shade : a survey of vampirism in literature. 1975, New York: Gordon Press. viii, 176 p. by Margaret L. Carter.

524. Saberhagen, F., A sharpness on the neck. 1996, New York: Tor. 349 p. Fred Saberhagen.

526. Estleman, L.D., Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula : or, The adventure of the sanguinary count. 1st ed. 1978, Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday. 214 p. by John H. Watson as edited by Loren D. Estleman.

528. Klause, A.C., The silver kiss. 1990, New York: Delacorte Press. 198 p.A mysterious teenage boy harboring a dark secret helps ZoŤe come to terms with her mother's terminal illness. Annette Curtis Klause.

529. Sands, L. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Single white vampire. 2003, New York: Love Spell. 369 p. Lynsay Sands.

530. Hambly, B. and M.H. Greenberg, Sisters of the night. 1995, New York: Warner Books. 277 p. edited by Barbara Hambly and Martin H. Greenberg.

538. Zweifel, K., Southern vampires : 13 deep-fried bloodcurdling tales. 1st ed. 1995, Birmingham, Ala.: Crane Hill Publishers. x, 130 p. by Karyn Zweifel.

539. Wilson, C., The space vampires. 1st ed. 1976, New York: Random House. 214 p. Colin Wilson.

540. Wilson, C., The space vampires. 1976, London: Hart-Davis, MacGibbon. [7], 214 p. Colin Wilson.

542. Reginald, R. and D.A. Menville, The Spectre bridegroom and other horrors. Supernatural and occult fiction. 1976, New York: Arno Press. 292 p. in various pagings edited by R. Reginald and Douglas Menville.

543. Golden, C., Spike & Dru : pretty maids all in a row. 2000, New York: Pocket Books. 305 p. Christopher Golden.

546. Ulrich, G., The spook matinee : and other scary poems for kids. 1992, New York: Delacorte Press. 30 p.A collection of short poems about such scary topics as ghosts, spiders, aliens, vampires, and horror movies. written and illustrated by George Ulrich.

550. Sanvoisin, E., M. Matje, and G. Moroz, A straw for two. 1st American ed. 1999, New York: Delacorte Press. 38 p. story by Eric Sanvoisin ; illustrations by Martin Matje ; translated by Georges Moroz.

552. Billson, A., Suckers. 1993, New York: Atheneum : Maxwell Macmillan International. 312 p. Anne Billson.

554. McKinley, R., Sunshine. 2003, New York: Berkley Books Robin McKinley. main themes: Vampires Fiction.

555. Cohen, D., Supermonsters. 1977, New York: Dodd, Mead. 128 p.Discusses the history of a variety of monsters including vampires, werewolves, and zombies. Daniel Cohen.

556. Holland, T., Supping with panthers. 1996, London: Little Brown. 422 p. Tom Holland.

560. Rice, A., The tale of the body thief. 1st ed. 1992, New York: Knopf : Distributed by Random House. 430 p. Anne Rice.

561. Rice, A. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), The tale of the body thief. 1st Domestic Ballantine Books ed. 1993, New York: Ballantine Books. 435 p. Anne Rice.

562. Liebman, A., Tales of horror and the supernatural; the occult in literature. [1st ed. 1974, New York,: R. Rosen Press. xii, 274 p.Discussions on the treatment of witches, ghosts, werewolves, and vampires in literature accompany nineteen representative short stories. 22 cm. main themes: Supernatural Juvenile fiction.

564. Martin, D.L., Tap, tap : a novel. 1st ed. 1994, New York: Random House. 291 p. David Martin.

569. Yarbro, C.Q., Tempting fate. 1982, New York, N.Y.: St. Martin's Press. 662 p. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

571. Lichtenberg, J., Those of my blood. 1st ed. 1988, New York: St. Martin's Press. ix, 402 p. Jacqueline Lichtenberg.

573. Williams, A., et al., Three vampire tales. New Riverside editions. 2003, Boston: Houghton Mifflin. viii, 481 p. edited by Anne Williams.

576. Hambly, B., Traveling with the dead. 1st ed. 1995, New York: Ballantine Books. 343 p. Barbara Hambly.

577. Calmet, A., H. Christmas, and C. Leatherdale, Treatise on vampires & revenants : the phantom world : dissertation on those persons who return to earth bodily, the excommunicated, the oupires or vampires, vroucolacas, &c. 1994, Brighton: Desert Island Books. 192 p. by Dom Augustine Calmet ; translated by Henry Christmas ; edited by Clive Leatherdale.

579. Shan, D., Trials of death. 1st U.S. ed. 2003, New York: Little, Brown. 207 p.Darren begins the Trials of Initiation to prove himself worthy of being a half-vampire, even as the the clan's blood foes, the vampaneze, gather near Vampire Mountain. Darren Shan.

580. Ronay, G., The truth about Dracula. 1972, New York,: Stein and Day. x, 180 p. 25 cm. main themes: Vampires.

581. Shan, D., Tunnels of blood. 1st U.S. ed. 2002, Boston: Little, Brown and Co. 229 p.Darren, Evra, and Mr. Crepsley leave the Cirque Du Freak and get a taste of the city, but when corpses drained of blood are discovered, Darren and Evra must confront a dangerous creature of the night. by Darren Shan.

582. Adler, D.A. and V. Chess, The twisted witch and other spooky riddles. 1st ed. 1985, New York: Holiday House. [62] p.Dozens of riddles feature witches, vampires, werewolves, ghosts, and other spooky creatures. David A. Adler ; illustrated by Victoria Chess.

583. Preiss, B., D. Keller, and M. Miller, The Ultimate Dracula. 1991, New York, N.Y.: Dell Pub. viii, 358 p. Byron Preiss, editor ; David Keller & Megan Miller, associate editors ; illustrated by David Johnson.

584. Farrachi, A., Un amour de Dracula, ou, Le paradoxe du vampire. 1987, Paris: B. Barrault. 130 p. Armand Farrachi.

585. Beahm, G.W., The unauthorized Anne Rice companion. 1st ed. 1996, Kansas City, Mo.: Andrews and McMeel. xvii, 246 p. edited by George Beahm.

592. Copper, B., The vampire - in legend, fact and art. 1973, London,: Hale. 208, [8] p. illus., facsims., ports. 23 cm. main themes: Vampires.



594. Silhol, L. and Cercle d'‚etudes vampiriques., Vampire : portraits d'une ombre. 1999, Montpellier: Oxymore. 234 p. sous la direction de L‚ea Silhol.

595. Dunn-Mascetti, M., Vampire : the complete guide to the world of the undead. 1st American ed. 1992, New York: Viking Studio Books. 224 p. by Manuela Dunn-Mascetti

598. Rice, A., The vampire Armand. 1998, New York: Alfred A. Knopf ; Distributed by Random House. 387 p. by Anne Rice.

599. Rice, A., The vampire Armand. Random House large print ed. 1998, New York: Random House Large Print in association with Alfred A. Knopf. 565 p. (large print) by Anne Rice.

600. Rice, A. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), The vampire Armand. 1st Ballantine Books domestic ed. 2000, New York: Ballantine Books. 457 p.The vampire's story, from his boyhood in Kiev, his enslavement to a vampire masquerading as a Venetian painter, and his dedication to his two mortal children. Anne Rice.

603. Farber, E. and J.R. Sansevere, The vampire brides. Critters of the night ; #3. 1996, New York: Random House. 68 p.The vampire brides are enraged when their dancing partner for life, Great Uncle Dracul Duck, goes to Critter Falls for a dance contest. written by Erica Farber and J.R. Sansevere.

604. Henson, H., et al., The vampire bunny. 1st ed. Bunnicula and friends ; #1. 2004, New York: Atheneum Books for Young Readers.Though scoffed at by Harold the dog, Chester the cat tries to warn his human family that their foundling baby bunny must be a vampire. by James Howe ; illustrated by Jeff Mack.

605. Ellis, C., Vampire cats. 1996, New York: Random House. 116 p. Carol Ellis.

606. Ramsland, K.M., The vampire companion : the official guide to Anne Rice's The vampire chronicles. 1st ed. 1993, New York: Ballantine Books. xvii, 507 p. Katherine Ramsland.

607. Ramsland, K.M. and A. Rice, The vampire companion : the official guide to Anne Rice's The vampire chronicles. 2nd Ballantine Books ed. 1995, New York: Ballantine Books. xvii, 581 p. Katherine Ramsland.

609. Elrod, P.N., The vampire files. 2003, New York: Ace Books P.N. Elrod.

610. Melton, J.G., The vampire gallery : a who's who of the undead. 1998, Detroit: Visible Ink. xiv, 500 p. J. Gordon Melton.

613. Slonaker, E., The vampire hunter's handbook : [a field guide to the paranormal]. 2001, New York: Price Stern Sloan. viii, 83 p."The essential guide for vampire hunters!"--P. 4 of cover. by Erin Slonaker.

614. Summers, M., The vampire in Europe. 1996, New York: Gramercy Books. xiv, 329 p. Montague Summers.

615. Copper, B., The vampire in legend, fact and art. 1975, London: Corgi. 222 p., [4] p. of plates Basil Copper.

620. Seabrooke, B., The vampire in my bathtub. 1st ed. 1999, New York: Holiday House. 150 p.After moving into an old house, thirteen-year-old Jeff opens a locked closet and finds an ancient, good vampire named Eugene, who is being hunted by his cousin Louis, an evil vampire from New Orleans. Brenda Seabrooke.

625. Somtow, S.P., Vampire junction. 1984, Norfolk, Va.: Donning. 280 p. by S.P. Somtow ; illustrated by Val and Ron Lindahn.

626. Linedecker, C.L., The vampire killers. St. Martin's true crime library. 1998, New York, N.Y.: St. Martin's Paperbacks. 275 p. Clifford L. Linedecker.

631. Rice, A., The vampire Lestat. 1st ed. 1985, New York: Knopf : Distributed by Random House. 481 p. by Anne Rice.

632. Rice, A. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), The vampire Lestat. 1986, New York: Ballantine Books. 550 p. Anne Rice.

634. Shan, D., Vampire Mountain. 1st U.S. ed. 2002, Boston: Little, Brown. 199 p.Mr. Crepsley leads Darren Shan on a dangerous trek to Vampire Mountain, the very heart of the vampire world, to be presented to the Council, but an encounter with the Vampanese along the way means trouble. by Darren Shan.

637. Trevisan, D., The vampire of Curitiba and other stories. [1st ed. 1972, New York,: Knopf. xv, 267 p. Translated from the Portuguese by Gregory Rabassa.

638. Stewart, D., The vampire of Mons. 1976, London: Hamilton. [5], 169 p. by Desmond Stewart.

641. Shan, D., The Vampire Prince. 1st U.S. ed. 2002, New York: Little, Brown. 197 p.Betrayed by Kurda and reeling from the brutal slaying of Gavner, the vampire's assistant, Darren Shan, finds himself branded a traitor and hunted by the vampire clan. by Darren Shan.

645. Kilpatrick, N., The vampire stories of Nancy Kilpatrick. 2000, Oakville, Ont. ; Niagara Falls, NY: Mosaic Press. 171 p. 23 cm.

648. PŤutz, S., Vampire und ihre Opfer : der Blutsauger als literarische Figur. 1992, Bielefeld: Aisthesis. 208 p. Susanne PŤutz.

651. Schiefelbein, M.E., Vampire vow. 1st ed. 2001, Los Angeles: Alyson Books. 203 p. by Michael Schiefelbein.

653. Baumann, E.D., Vampires. 1977, New York: Watts. 87 p.Discussess the facts and legends surrounding vampires, those undead creatures believed to crave blood and roam at night seeking victims. by Elwood D. Baumann.

654. Burgess, R. and Miniature Book Collection (Library of Congress), Vampires. 1996, Kansas City: Andrews and McMeel. 1 v. (unpaged) Randy Burgess.

657. Hawkins, C., J. Hawkins, and E. Von Bluoton, Vampires. 1985, Morristown, N.J.: Silver Burdett Co. [32] p.Provides humorous tips on how to recognize and ward off vampires and looks at the daily life of a vampire family called the Von Bluots. by Colin and Jacqui Hawkins and Enid Von Bluoton.

658. Hawkins, C. and R. Smith, Vampires. 1993, [New York]: HarperCollins. [10] p. [Colin Hawkins ; paper engineering by Rodger Smith].

659. Hillyer, V., Vampires. 1988, Los Banos, Calif.: Loose Change Publications. 127 p. by Vincent Hillyer.

663. Rechy, J., The vampires. 1971, New York,: Grove Press. 276 p. 21 cm. main themes: Vampires Fiction.

664. Roberts, R., Vampires. 2001, San Diego, Calif.: Lucent Books. 96 p. Russell Roberts.

665. Steakley, J., Vampires. 1990, New York, NY: Roc Book. 357 p. by John Steakley.

667. Weiss, A., Vampires & violets : lesbians in film. 1993, New York, N.Y., U.S.A.: Penguin Books. 184 p. Andrea Weiss.

668. Moorey, T., Vampires : a beginner's guide. 2000, Abingdon: Hodder & Stoughton. v, 84 p. Teresa Moorey.

670. Toufic, J., Vampires : an uneasy essay on the undead in films. Rev. and expanded ed. 2003, Sausalito, Calif.: Post-Apollo Press Jalal Toufic. main themes: Vampire films History and criticism.



672. Skal, D.J., Vampires : encounters with the undead. 2001, New York

673. Scavone, D.C., Vampires : opposing viewpoints. 1990, San Diego, Calif.: Greenhaven Press. 80 p.Examines the subject of vampires in legend and in history. by Daniel C. Scavone.

674. Marigny, J., Vampires : restless creatures of the night. 1994, New York: Harry N. Abrams. 143 p. Jean Marigny.

675. Vampires : the greatest stories. 1997, New York: MJF Books. p. Martin H. Greenberg, editor.

677. Ryan, A., Vampires : two centuries of great vampire stories. 1987, Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday. xvi, 621 p. edited by Alan Ryan.

679. Aylesworth, T.G., Vampires and other ghosts. 1972, [Reading, Mass.]: Addison-Wesley. 127 p.Presents lore and myths from various parts of the world about vampires, zombies, and other supernatural creatures and examines their basis in actual events. [by] Thomas G. Aylesworth.

681. McMahan, J.N., Vampires anonymous : a novel. 1st ed. 1991, Boston: Alyson Publications. 253 p. by Jeffrey N. McMahan.

683. Shan, D., The vampire's assistant. 1st U.S. ed. 2001, Boston: Little, Brown. 247 p.After traveling with Mr. Crepsley, the vampire who made him into a half-vampire, Darren returns to the freak show known as the Cirque du Freak and continues to fight his need to drink human blood. by Darren Shan.

684. Underwood, P., The vampire's bedside companion : the amazing world of vampires in fact and fiction. 1975, London: Frewin. 248 p., [12] p. of plates written and edited by Peter Underwood ; with contributions by Peter Allan ... [et al.] ; original line drawing by Geoffrey Bourne-Taylor.

685. Bianchi, J., Vampire's Halloween. Board books. 2002, New York, NY: Grosset & Dunlap. 1 v. (unpaged) illustrated by John Bianchi.

686. Bogatyrev, P., et al., Vampires in the Carpathians : Magical acts, rites, and beliefs in Subcarpathian Rus'. East European monographs ; no. 492. 1998, New York: East European Monographs : Distributed by Columbia University Press. xxii, 188 p. PŤetr BogatyrŤev ; translated by Stephen Reynolds and Patricia A. Krafcik ; biographical introduction by Svetlana P. Sorokina.

688. Kast, P., The vampires of Alfama. 1976, London: Allen. 181 p. by Pierre Kast ; translated from the French by Peter de Polnay.

689. Wilson, E., Vampires of Ottawa : a Liz Austen mystery. 1st US ed. The Tom and Liz Austen mysteries ; 6. 2001, Custer, WA: Orca Book Publishers. 101 p. by Eric Wilson.

690. Carew, H., The vampires of the Andes. Lost race and adult fantasy fiction. 1978, New York: Arno Press. 320 p. Henry Carew.

693. Vampires unstaked : national images, stereotypes and myths in East Central Europe. 1995, Amsterdam ; New York: North-Holland. ix, 248 p. edited by Andr‚e Gerrits and Nanci Adler.

697. Toufic, J., Vampires, an uneasy essay on the undead in film. 1993, Barrytown, N.Y.

702. Noll, R., Vampires, werewolves, and demons : twentieth century reports in the psychiatric literature. 1992, New York: Brunner/Mazel. xxv, 244 p. [edited by] Richard Noll.

703. Kallen, S.A., Vampires, werewolves, and zombies. 1991, Edina, Minn.

704. Stephens, J.R., Vampires, wine & roses. Berkley trade pbk. ed. 1997, New York: Berkley Books. xv, 384 p. edited by John Richard Stephens.

705. Farson, D., Vampires, zombies, and monster men. 1975, London: Aldus Books : distributed by Jupiter Books. 143 p. by Daniel Farson.

706. Farson, D., Vampires, zombies, and monster men. A New library of the supernatural. 1976, Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday. 143 p. by Daniel Farson.

707. Corradi Musi, C., Vampiri europei e vampiri dell'area sciamanica. 1995, Soveria Mannelli (Catanzaro): Rubbettino. 196 p. Carla Corradi Musi.

709. Schroeder, A., Vampirismus : seine Entwicklung vom Thema zum Motiv. 1973, Frankfurt am Main: Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft. iv, 249 p. Aribert Schroeder.

710. JŤansch, E., Vampir-Lexikon : die Autoren des Schreckens und ihre blutsaugerischen Kreaturen : 200 Jahre Vampire in der Literatur. 1996, Augsburg: SoSo. 376 p. Erwin JŤansch.

711. Campton, D. and J.W. Polidori, The vampyre. 1st ed. Fleshcreepers. 1988, New York: Barron's. 139 p.A young Englishman traveling on the Continent with the mysterious Lord Rutven comes to realize that his companion is an evil and murderous vampire. retold by David Campton.

712. Polidori, J.W., The vampyre. Revolution and romanticism, 1789-1834. 1990, Oxford [England] ; New York: Woodstock Books. 84 p. John William Polidori.

714. Polidori, J.W. and R. Ash, The vampyre : a tale. 1973, Tring

715. Frayling, C., The Vampyre : Lord Ruthven to Count Dracula. 1978, London: Gollancz. 336 p. edited by Christopher Frayling.

717. Frayling, C., Vampyres : Lord Byron to Count Dracula. 1992, London ; Boston: Faber and Faber. 429 p. Christopher Frayling.

718. Swieten, G. and P. Violante, Vampyrismus. Parco centrale ; 1. 1988, Palermo: S.F. Flaccovio. 79 p. Gerhard van Swieten ; a cura di Piero Violante.

719. Prest, T.P. and J.M. Rymer, Varney the vampire; or, The feast of blood. 1970, [New York]: Arno Press. 3 v. (xlii, 868 p.) The first in a series of Gothic novels under the editorial direction of Sir Devendra P. Varma.

721. Ciencin, S. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Vengeance. 1st Simon Pulse ed. Angel. 2002, New York: Simon Pulse. 338 p. Scott Ciencin and Dan Jolley; an original novel based on the television series created by Joss Whedon & David Greenwalt.

725. Burton, R.F., Vikram and the vampire; or, Tales of Hindu devilry. 1969, New York,: Dover Publications. xxi, 243 p. VetŚalapašncaviÚm‚sati. Hindi version (BaitŚala-pacŚisŚi). English.

726. Otfinoski, S., Village of vampires. 1979, Belmont, Calif.: Fearon Pitman Publishers. 59 p. Stephen Otfinoski ; [cover designer and illustrator, Chris Kenyon].

727. Patterson, J., Violets are blue : a novel. 1st ed. 2001, Boston: Little, Brown. 393 p. by James Patterson.

728. Rosenblatt, J., Virgins & vampires. 1975, Toronto: McClelland and Stewart. 112 p. Joe Rosenblatt ; with drawings by himself.

729. Sadoul, B., Visages du vampire. 1999, Paris: Dervy. 251 p. sous la direction de Barbara Sadoul.

731. McMullen, S., Voyage of the Shadowmoon. 1st ed. 2002, New York: Tor. 496 p. Sean McMullen.

733. Weinberg, R.E., S.R. Dziemianowicz, and M.H. Greenberg, Weird vampire tales : 30 blood-chilling stories from the weird fiction pulps. 1992, New York

734. Eyles, H. and T. Ross, Well I never!. 1990, Woodstock, N.Y.: Overlook Press. [26] p.Polly tells her mother that she cannot get dressed for school because a multitude of monsters, vampires, and other scary creatures are trying on her clothes. text by Heather Eyles ; pictures by Tony Ross.

735. Pinkwater, D.M., Wempires. 1st ed. 1991, New York

736. Senn, H.A., Were-wolf and vampire in Romania. East European monographs ; no. 99. 1982, Boulder

739. Nasaw, J.L., The world on blood. 1996, New York: Dutton. 341 p. Jonathan Nasaw.

741. Jefferson, J. and Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress), Wounds. 2002, New York: Leisure Books. 361 p. Jemiah Jefferson.

742. Yarbro, C.Q., Writ in blood : a novel of Saint-Germain. 1st ed. 1997, New York: Tor. 543 p. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

745. Francis, G. and D. Mack, Young Dracula : Diary of a vampire. 1994, Livonia MI: Caliber Press. 1 v. (unpaged). by Gary Francis, illustrated by David Mack.

746. Meckel, C., ZŤund and other stories. Studies in German language and literature ; v. 2. 1990, Lewiston, N.Y., USA: Edwin Mellen Press. ix, 103, [2] p. by Christoph Meckel ; translated by Carol Bedwell.


 

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Dracula Doesn't Rock and Roll (Adventures of the Bailey School Kids, 39) by Debbie Dadey

Edward Gorey's Dracula: A Toy Theatre: Die Cut, Scored and Perforated Foldups and Foldouts by Edward Gorey

In Search of Dracula : The History of Dracula and Vampires by Radu Florescu

Dracula, Prince of Many Faces His Life and His Times by R. Radu/McNally Florescu

Frankenstein, Dracula, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Bram Stoker

Dracula: Authoritative Text Contexts Reviews and Reactions Dramatic and Film Variations Criticism (Norton Critical Edition) by Bram Stoker

Vlad the Impaler: In Search of the Real Dracula by M. J. Trow

Dracula (Penguin Classics) by Bram Stoker

Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula : The Adventure of the Sanguinary Count by Loren D. Estleman

Batman & Dracula: Red Rain by Doug Moench

Dracula by Bram Stoker

Bram Stoker and the Man Who Was Dracula by Barbara Belford

Dracula Doesn't Drink Lemonade by Debbie Dadey

Bram Stoker's Dracula by Bram Stoker


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Dracula 2000 by Jonny Lee Miller

Wes Craven Presents Dracula II: Ascension by Patrick Lussier

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The Scars of Dracula by Roy Ward Baker

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Wes Craven Presents Dracula II: Ascension by Patrick Lussier

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House of Dracula by Lon Chaney Jr.

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The Satanic Rites Of Dracula by Alan Gibson


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Blacula: Deadlier Than Dracula - Music From The Original Soundtrack by Gene Page

Jubilaeum Anno Dracula 2001 by Theatres Des Vampires

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Blues for Dracula by Philly Joe Jones

Il Conte Dracula (Count Dracula - 1971 Film) by Bruno Nicolai

Possessed: The Dracula Musical (1990 Studio Cast) by Carter Cathcart

Dracula: King of Vampires by Various Artists

Music from Castle Dracula by Various Artists

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Classical Music

Philip Glass: Dracula by Philip Glass

Feeney: Dracula by Philip Feeney

Monster Classics by Johann Sebastian Bach

Cinema Choral Classics III: Apocalypse by James Horner

Philip On Film (Filmworks by Philip Glass) by Philip Glass

Bram Stoker's Dracula and other film music by Wojciech Kilar by Wojciech Kilar

Salter: Music For Frankenstein by Hans Salter

Star Wars: The Sound of Hollywood by John Williams

Ramsier: Compositions For Virtuoso Double Bass by Paul Ramsier

Tchaikovsky In Hollywood by Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky

Schwertsik: House and Court Music by Kurt Schwertsik

Dracula by Bram Stoker

Christian Leroy:Nanouk l'Esuimau & Dracula by Christian Leroy

Weidburg: Dracula by Ron Weidberg

Robert Moran: The Dracula Diary by Robert Moran

 



 


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