UK: PS Publishing, 1998, PB. ISBN: 1-902880-04-8 / 978-1-902880-04-4
UK: PS Publishing, 1999, HB. ISBN: 1-902880-05-6 / 978-1-902880-05-1
UK: Titan Books, 2013, HB. ISBN-10: 1783290994 ISBN-13: 978-1783290994
UK: Titan Books, 2014, PB. ISBN-10: 9781781164228 ISBN-13: 978-1781164228
Or buy the Audible audio book, narrated by William Gaminara.
Book 4 in the Anno Dracula series.
Transylvania 1976 and the vampire Kate Reed is on the set of Francis Ford Coppola’s troubled production of Dracula. Fallen from grace and driven from the British Empire, the Count himself seems long gone. A relic of the past.
But when Kate helps a young vampire outcast begin a new life in America, a fresh monster is born. He reinvents himself as Johnny Pop and makes his name selling a dangerously addictive drug that confers vampire powers on its users. As Johnny stalks the streets of Manhattan and Hollywood, sinking his fangs ever deeper into the zeitgeist of 1980s America, it seems the past might not be dead after all…
A special limited edition novella, Andy Warhol’s Dracula, with an introduction written by F. Paul Wilson, was published by PS Publishing in 1999. 125 numbered hardback copies were issued, and 500 paperback copies.
“So, this ash-faced creature was coven-master of New York. Johnny had seen Andy Warhol before, here and at the Mudd Club, and knew who he was, the man who painted soup cans and made the dirty movies. He hadn’t known Warhol was a vampire, but now it was pointed out, it seemed obvious. What else could such a person be?”
from ‘Andy Warhol’s Dracula’