10 Impressive Uses of Borrowed Characters in Literature
Anno Dracula - Johnny Alucard (Anno Dracula 4) By Kim Newman - DRACULA COMES TO NEW YORK: Kim Newman returns to one of the great bestselling vampire tales of the modern era. Considered alongside I Am Legend and Interview with the Vampire as one of the stand-out vampire stories of the last century - this brand-new novel is the first in over a decade from the remarkable and influential Anno Dracula series.
Some of these I've read, some not. Some good, some definitely not. I offer a few others that aren't listed: 1. No Stone Unturned by Steve Jackson 2. The Murder Room by Michael Capuzzo 3. Bitter Harvest by Ann Rule 4. The Skeleton Crew by Deborah Halber (I had to force myself to read all of it, but I'm glad I did as it gave me new insight into amateur online sleuths).
If you have heard of Agatha Christie and are curious to read her books: good for you! She is a fantastic author who writes mysteries that still thrill people long after they finished the last page of one of her books. But, where to start? She has written 66 detective stories, and it can be quite intimidating as to which one to read first. This list is here to help with that.