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Vampyre: The Terrifying Lost Journal of Dr. Cornelius Van Helsing
Mary-Jane Knight (au); Gary Blythe (il); Philip Jacobs (il); Mike Peterkin (il)
Hardcover (no d.j.)
Here lies the personal account of Dr. Van Helsingís terrifying journey to Transylvania with his assistant, Gustav de Wolff. There the intrepid duo hunts for the deepest, darkest evil -- the undead known as vampyre. In 1937 Dr. Gustav de Wolff died in Romania. His son, Marcus, inherited his fatherís private library, which he then made available to researchers keen to delve into his fatherís history. In the collection was a locked wooden case with a large silver cross set into its lid. Inside was a battered journal dating from 1907. This, along with other items from the box, was released to the publishers by Marcus. And, within this facsimile edition, the tale told is truly staggering. Juvenile aud. (over 3 years). Exceptional presentation! Full-color illustrations.
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