The Return of Captain Vampire


 
THE RETURN OF CAPTAIN VAMPIRE
By Brian Gallagher

Cover by Mike Hoffman
 
Marie Nizet's vampire novel Captain Vampire (1879) has remained unfairly neglected for more than a century. Rediscovered by Romanian historian Radu Florescu, some have speculated that it may have influenced Bram Stoker's Dracula (1897). Both a war novel and a supernatural epic, Captain Vampire has now become a classic of fantasy literature.

Brian Gallagher continues the adventures of its protagonist, Russian Captain Boris Liatoukine, who, in his time, terrorized Romania. From 1830 to the near future, Brian narrates the exploits of this intrepid vampire whose path will cross, at various times, those of Dracula, Carmilla, the Vampire City, KGB killers and Western secret services.

Brian is also a regular contributor to Tales of the Shadowmen, where the Captain Vampire stories gathere in this collection were first published..
 
CONTENTS: 
Foreword
The City of the Nosferatu.
The Trial of Van Helsing. 
The Stake and the Sickle 
The Vampire of Berlin. 
The Death of Von Bork. 
The Skull of Boris Liatoukine 
President Vampire