Synopses & Reviews
With the phenomenal success of the Twilight
series and the popularity of shows like True Blood
on HBO, vampires continue to be embedded in popular culture. Vampires have haunted readers and movie lovers for centuries and have been interpreted in every genre since.
M. J. Trow charts the whole phenomena from its origins, depicting the story of warrior-prince Vlad of Wallachia (aka Dracula), who defended Europe against the Muslim invaders in fifteenth-century Europe.
About the Author
M. J. Trow is an established crime writer and biographer with a reputation as a scholar who peels away legend to reveal the truth. Originally from Rhonda, South Wales, he lives on the Isle of Wight.