Series: Ravenloft novels

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Vampire of the Mists by Christie Golden1
Knight of the Black Rose by James Lowder2
Dance of the Dead by Christie Golden3
Heart of Midnight by J. Robert King4
Tapestry of Dark Souls by Elaine Bergstrom5
Carnival of Fear by J. Robert King6
I, Strahd by P. N. Elrod7
The Enemy Within by Christie Golden8
Mordenheim by Chet Williamson9
Tales of Ravenloft by Brian M. Thomsen10
Tower of Doom by Mark Anthony11
Baroness of Blood by Elaine Bergstrom12
Death of a Darklord by Laurell K. Hamilton13
Scholar of Decay by Tanya Huff14
King of the Dead by Gene DeWeese15
To Sleep With Evil by Andria Hayday16
Lord of the Necropolis by Gene DeWeese17
Shadowborn by Carrie A. Bebris18
I, Strahd: The War Against Azalin by P. N. Elrod19
Spectre of the Black Rose by James Lowder20
Mithras Court: A Novel of the Mists (Ravenloft: Dominion) by David A. Page21
Heaven's Bones: A Novel of the Mists (Ravenloft: the Covenant) by Samantha Henderson22
The Sleep of Reason (The Ravenloft Dominion) by C.A. Suleiman23
Black Crusade (Ravenloft: Dominion) by Ari MarmellCancelled, released online

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