“Thirty-five years have passed since the death of the Master. But now a new evil walks among the living. . . .
When nineteen-year-old John Shaw returns from the trenches of World War I, he is haunted by nightmares—not only of the battlefield, but of the strange, cruel and impossible feats of his regiment’s commander, Quincey Harker. Harker’s ferocity knows no limits, and his strength is superhuman.
At first John blames his bloody nightmares on trench fever. But when Harker appears in England and begins wooing John’s sister, John must confront the truth—and stop Harker from continuing Dracula’s bloodline.” (From Amazon.com)
Paperback Info: ISBN 1595140786, Razorbill, 2006
“Mary Seward thought she had escaped the darkness of Transylvania and the evil that claimed the soul of her fiancé, John Shaw. But now, back in England, Mary has terrible nightmares, fears the dark, sees vampires everywhere she turns. And when a strange virus weakens her father and her patients at the clinic, she suspects that there’s a far more sinister explanation than the one the doctors provide.
Then Quincey Harker, heir to Count Dracula’s bloodline, shows himself in England. Gaunt and pale, he claims to have renounced his evil heritage, in part out of love for Mary. But is he telling the truth—or playing a deadly game with her?
Kate Cary continues her follow-up to Bram Stoker’s original Dracula, examining the nature of good and evil, and the places where both exist at once.” (From Amazon.com)
Hardcover Info: ISBN 1595140131, Razorbill, 2007