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47 Vampire Books to Take a Bite Out Of

Reader's Digest Logo By Leandra Beabout of Reader's Digest | Slide 2 of 48: Published in 1897, Bram Stoker's classic novel is one of the best vampire books of all time. It set the precedent for all the blood-curdling tales that came after, and its villain, Count Dracula, set the standard for the dark yet alluring undead. In Dracula, an English solicitor travels to Transylvania, where horrifying encounters highlight a supernatural plot that puts those he loves at risk. It's a must-read for seasoned fans of the genre and newcomers alike. Shop Now

1. Dracula by Bram Stoker

Published in 1897, Bram Stoker's classic novel is one of the best vampire books of all time. It set the precedent for all the blood-curdling tales that came after, and its villain, Count Dracula, set the standard for the dark yet alluring undead. In Dracula, an English solicitor travels to Transylvania, where horrifying encounters highlight a supernatural plot that puts those he loves at risk. It's a must-read for seasoned fans of the genre and newcomers alike.

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