Book Four, Death of Kings, shows Prince Vlad, a.k.a. Dracula, as a key player on the European political stage. Sultan Murad has embarked upon a secret gamble to replace jihad against Christendom with a long-term peace. Vlad, driven by a belief in a hundred-year-old prophecy, commits to assisting him. But his mission is beset by deadly threats from old and new enemies. When all hope appears lost, only his sense of honor and the longing to return to the woman he loves keep him going.
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About the Author
Victor's interest in Dracula dates from the age of six, when he first visited his compatriot's birthplace, only a hundred miles from his own. Soon this interest became a lasting passion for research into Dracula's life. Over a period of four decades Victor visited castles, fortresses, and monasteries throughout Eastern Europe and the Middle East. In doing this, he aimed to gaze beyond Dracula's iconic image and try to ferret out the essence of the man behind the legend. Victor's journey has taken him to virtually all the places where Dracula lived, loved, fought, and was imprisoned. In the end, by the empty tomb from where the prince disappeared without a trace half a millennium ago, Victor felt his journey of discovery was complete, and now the story of the real Dracula could be told.