The immortal Count Dracula - Vlad Tepes, Prince of Wallachia - hunts the murderous art thieves who have stolen the portrait of his lost love. But the thieves are after more than art. From the Master Vampire they would steal the very secrets of life - and death!
©1980 Fred Saberhagen (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
Yes. I think this is a brilliant and highly under-rated book series.
Dracula, of course. There's something just fun about him as a narrator unlike the boy-toy, whining, emo, woe-is-me, self-pitying modern vampires he actually takes pleasure in who and what he is, usually.
Oh, he does a great job and adds emotion to the voices that you might not notice otherwise.
Yes, the scene with the car bomb is intense.
I hope they remember the tenth book of the series, A Coldness in The Blood.
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