Lilith’s Dream: A Tale of the Vampire Life

U.S. Horror Fiction

Author: Whitley Strieber

An ancient vampire, beautiful beyond words, a vulnerable young man drawn to her by a power beyond his understanding, two desperate parents searching across the world for the son they love — these are the riveting, unexpected elements of Whitley Strieber’s extraordinary new novel.,,Lilith, the ages-old mother of the dying race of vampires, has been forced to come out of he….Read More

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