Hammer Horror Novels

Hammer didn't novelize all of their rims, but many of the ones they did have become quite collectible over the years.

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The Brides of Dracula Dean Owen

The Brides of Dracula

By Dean Owen

Everyone in the village of Badstein knows how to eliminate the vampire preying on its young daughters: Find the coffin he sleeps in during the day and drive a wooden stake through his heart. But how can you find you quarry if you don't know who he is and your suspects are many. There's a dark-complexioned Latour, given to wandering at night and sleeping during the day. . . and handsome Baron Meinster, supposedly traveling in the Orient but rumored to be hiding in his ancient chateau. . . and the stranger, Professor Van Helsing . . . it could be anyone. Meanwhile, the victims multiply - all female, all young, and all marked with the telltale sign of the vampire.

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Second Hammer Horror Film Omnibus

Dracula - Prince of Darkness

By John Burke

Not issued as a stand-alone, John Burke's Dracula - Prince of Darkness was part of the Second Hammer Horror Film Omnibus from 1967

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Scars covers

The Scars of Dracula

By Angus Hall

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Michael Parry Countess Dracula

Countess Dracula

By Michael Parry

The Countess was old. But she had discovered the secret of eternal youth - a secret which spread death and despair among the peasants on her estates. After her husband’s death the Countess quickly chose a young lieutenant of the Hussars to take his place in her bed.

Novelization of Hammer's take on Elizabeth Bathory.

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