Vampires, Wine & Roses

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John Richard Stephens
Berkley Books, 1997 - Fiction - 384 pages
2 Reviews
Featuring a rare story by Anne Rice, a classic chiller by Edith Wharton, and song lyrics by Sting, this eclectic and original collection of vampire stories covers the gamut of genres, from the dark pleasures of Shakespeare to the twilight terrors of Rod Serling.

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User Review  - hermit_9 - LibraryThing

Stephens stretches the definition of vampire in some of his choice for inclusion in this collection, but then so do many contemporary editors. I enjoyed all of the selections. The book is also well constructed with an etched leather-like cover. Read full review

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Another gift from my nephew. Read full review

Contents

William Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet excerpt
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Anne Rice The Ballad of the Sad Rat
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Robert Southey Thalaba the Destroyer
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