A collection of vampire tales from around the time of Stoker's classic. There are familiar faces here. M R James's 'Count Magnus' is always worth reading and it was good to see 'Aylmer Vance and the Vampire'. There are oddball entries too, some very odd Norse vampires and a vampiric plant. But there are also several duds, I'm afraid - 'Ken's Mystery' for example, by Julian (son of Nathaniel) Hawthorne, and Mary Cholmondely's 'Let Loose'. On the whole, though, a good range, well worth reading.