This book is #2 in the King's Way Press Definitive Classics Series. This special edition of the original gothic horror novel Dracula by Bram Stoker features an introduction by bestselling horror novelist, Brian Lumley and amazing artwork by Alex McVey Also included in this special collector's edition is Dracula's Guest (a chapter that was cut from the original novel before publication), and an "real life" vampire account from 1725
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We literally wouldn’t be here without our seniors, so celebrate the ones in your world for their role in creating and bringing you into it by spending time with the older, wiser, ‘been there, done that’ crowd today. But first, keep reading for a list of famous authors who either started writing late in life or kept writing until they were, well, OLD!
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