Three centuries of bloodsucking, evil vampires are presented to a modern audience in Favorite Vampire Stories: Tales with Bite - Volume 2, a second collection of "classic" vampire short stories. Let your blood run cold as you listen to stories of Victorian vampires, 20th-century vampires, and 21st-century vampires presented by a variety of authors, including noted vampirologist Leslie Ormandy. Ormandy's modern vampires attend college, party in Time Square on New Year's Eve, and haunt the "Gloaming."
Titles included are: "Smorgasbord for a Vampire" by Leslie Ormanday, "The Man Who Cast No Shadow" by Seabury Quinn, "The Canal" by Everil Worrell, "The Fate of Madame Cabanel" by Eliza Linn Linton, "Carmilla" by Joseph Sheridan LeFanu, "The Vampiress" by Lord Lyton, "The Old Portrait" by Hume Nisbet, "The Gloaming" by Leslie Ormanday, "Vampire" by Emilio Pardo de Barzán, "The Dead Lover" by Theophile Gautier, "The Cross Roads" by Amy Lowell, "Ken's Mystery" by Julien Hawthorne, "The Sumach" by Ulric Daubeny, "The Family of the Vourdalak" by Aleksei Tolstoy, "Island of the Undead" by Lloyd Eshbach, "The Elder Brother" by Charles Dobie, and "The Case of the Unlikely Vampire" by Leslie Ormanday.
(P)2012 Jimcin Recordings
The first set was very good but this was even better because some of the stories were very scary but in a modern setting....Times Square on New Years, a Community College Classroom etc. Very imaginative
The teacher in the community college one
Liked some better than others but they were all good.
Same as favorite character.
No Volume 3 yet. Hope there is one coming!
This must be one of those days where u boy two books in a row and there both are difficult to listen too! Wasted my money.. Don't like the narration of these short stories.. This narrator was hard to listen to.
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