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Murrmann: A Tale of Van Helsing by Michael…

Murrmann: A Tale of Van Helsing

by Michael Arnzen

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"The blood is the life... but more is the meat!"
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In this grizzly -- and at times humorous -- sequel to Bram Stoker's DRACULA, Abraham Van Helsing travels to a small village in Germany to visit a distant relative... only to be stalked by a very familiar dark figure. An original new novelette by the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Grave Markings -- only available on Amazon!

IMPORTANT NOTE: As a sequel, written in homage to Bram Stoker's Dracula, knowledge of the original characters and plot of the classic vampire novel is essential.

This novelette is about the same length as 30 printed paperback pages and can be enjoyed in one sitting.
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his beard writhes with cats! / he says that "Blood is the life... / but more is the meat!"

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