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The best and most influential female Vampires of the Victorian era. For many years these ladies were in the shadow of the men, Ruthven, Varney and Dracula, but even in the modern era no writer has really surpassed the images of these ladies as the ultimate 'vamps.' They are seminal creations in both horror and popular culture and sadly have taken a backseat to long. Now they are back.

Published: Sangraal Inc. on
ISBN: 9781452340739
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