The most famous vampire of them all is Bram Stoker's `Dracula', published in 1897. But it was not the first pieceof fiction to describe the doings of the undead, and it was by no means the last.
In celebration of the 120th anniversary of the publication of `Dracula', this unique anthology gathers together 23 rare vampire stories written by contemporaries of Bram Stoker between 1867 and 1940, including Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and M. R. James.
`Dracula's Brood' provides a veritable feast of pleasure for all lovers of supernatural and fantasy fiction. This new edition includes for the first time Barry Pain's `The Tree of Death'.