Vintage Horror Stories: Dracula’s Brood, Neglected Vampire Classics by Various Authors (ed. Richard Dalby)—TOC

Table of Contents

A Dead Finger • (1904) • short story by Sabine Baring-Gould
• A Mystery of the Campagna • (1886) • novelette by Anne Crawford
• An Unscientific Story • (1903) • short story by Louise J. Strong
• Another Squaw? • (1934) • short story by Edward Heron-Allen
• Aylmer Vance and the Vampire • [Aylmer Vance] • (1914) • short story by Alice Askew and Claude Askew (variant of The Vampire)
• Good Lady Ducayne • (1896) • novelette by Mary Elizabeth Braddon
• Introduction (Dracula’s Brood: Rare Vampire Stories by Friends and Contemporaries of Bram Stoker) • (1987) • essay by Richard Dalby
• Ken’s Mystery • (1883) • novelette by Julian Hawthorne
• Let Loose • (1890) • short story by Mary Cholmondeley
• Marsyas in Flanders • (1900) • short story by Vernon Lee
• Princess of Darkness • (1987) • short story by Frederick Cowles
• The Fate of Madame Cabanel • (1880) • short story by Eliza Lynn Linton
• The Feather Pillow • (1907) • short story by Horacio Quiroga (trans. of El almohadón de plumas 1917)
• The Last Lords of Gardonal • [The Innominato] • (1867) • novelette by William Gilbert
• The Living Stone • (1939) • short story by E. R. Punshon
• The Man-Eating Tree • (1881) • short story by Phil Robinson
• The Old Portrait • (1890) • short story by Hume Nisbet
• The Parasite • (1894) • novella by Arthur Conan Doyle
• The Singular Death of Morton • (1910) • short story by Algernon Blackwood
• The Stone Chamber • (1898) • novelette by H. B. Marriott Watson
• The Sumach • (1919) • short story by Ulric Daubeny
• The Vampire Maid • (1890) • short story by Hume Nisbet
• The Vampyre • (1886) • poem by Vasile Alecsandrai
• Wailing Well • (1928) • short story by M. R. James
• Will • (1899) • short story by Vincent O’Sullivan

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