Biography: During his lifetime, Irish novelist Abraham, or Bram, Stoker (1847-1912) was best known as the personal assistant to actor Henry Irving, and business manager at London's Lyceum Theatre. Today, of course, he is remembered for the classic horror tale, Dracula (1897). His work in London and the United States allowed him to meet artists, authors, and politicians including James A.M. Whistler, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Theodore Roosevelt and Walt Whitman.

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  1. The Lady of the Shroud
    The Lady of the Shroud
    by Bram Stoker

    Rating: 2.2/5 (627 votes cast)

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    Adrift off the coast of the fictional Blue Mountains is a small coffin containing a white-shrouded woman. She rises, soaking wet, from the sea, and seeks refuge in the Castle of Vissarion in the middle of the night. The rich young Rupert Leger lets the mysterious beauty in, but who is she?

    Category: Vampire Romance

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  2. Dracula
    Dracula
    by Bram Stoker

    Rating: 3.0/5 (685 votes cast)

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    The ultimate vampire novel takes Jonathan Harker to a remote castle in the Carpathian Mountains to meet the charming and strange Count Dracula. The Brides of Dracula work their magic on Harker as the Count casts his spell on Lucy, the woman Harker was meant to marry.

    Categories: Romance, Historical Romance, Vampire Romance

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