Lure of the Vampire: A Pop Culture Reference Book of Lists, Websites and Very Telling Personal Essays

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5.00 · 1 ratings · Published: Jun 13th, 2011 {{ book.ratingTitle }}
Lure of the Vampire is a pop culture reference book that begins with history and mythology and ends with modern living vampires. The author has provided "fun" lists like the "Powers of Dracula, Real Live Vampire Murders, Television Shows and African Americans who have Played Vampires. There are also websites in each section that show the most popular vampire books and even children's shows and books. But , there is a personal twist when it comes to Lure of the Vampire. The author has provided personal essays from national and international vampire authors as well as her own. they range from a personal look at vampires in mythology to the romantic lust filled vampire.

Essays are from the following authors:
- Denise Verrico
- David MacDowell Blue
- Charles E. Butler
- C.J. Ellisson
- BittenTwice
- Elizabeth Loraine


Interviews of

- Vampiric Council of New England
- Vlad the Gothic Vampire Magician
- Audrey A'Cladh, Vampire Priestess
- Hugo Pecos, creator of The Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency

Lure of the Vampire: A Pop Culture Refence Book of Lists, Websites, and "Very Telling" Personal Essays is a perfect quick to grab reference book for the vampire fan or author. It's concise enough to assist you in finding links to what you are looking for without our being too cumbersome and confusing.

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