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The vampires have been vanquished! Harry Keogh and the armies of the dead have destroyed the evil that once plagued the world. Nathan and Nestor, secret twin sons of the Necroscope and a proud gypsy woman, were children when their father, his humanity poisoned by his fearsome struggles, sacrificed himself to save mankind.


Yet there are vampires still, vampires crueler and stranger than any the Necroscope had faced. When these new, merciless killers swoop out of the sky, Nathan and Nestor are men-but they have few of Harry Keogh`s miraculous powers.


Torn from each other by battle, the sons of the Necroscope journey across the vampire world, exploring its mysteries, each seeking the powerful, terrible vampires, his missing brother…and the woman they both love!

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Brian Lumley (born December 2, 1937) is an English writer specializing in the fantasy horror genre. Born in Horden, County Durham in the northeast of England, he served in the British army until 1980, wrote in his spare time, after which he became a professional writer. He supplemented the cycle "The Myths of Cthulhu" by Howard Lovecraft (Lumley was born exactly 9 months after the death of Lovecraft) with several of his own works. He served for 22 years, and finished his service in the officer`s rank, and in the last years of his service he held a rather high position - the Chief Instructor for Training. Despite a successful military career, during his early years of service, he published the first of nine novels in the Titus Crow series, The Warrior of the Ancient World. As Lumley himself later admitted, at that time "a serious foundation was laid." Released in December 1980, he finally got the opportunity to do what he dreamed of, to the fullest! In 1984 his horror novel Nec...

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Brian Lumley (born December 2, 1937) is an English writer specializing in the fantasy horror genre. Born in Horden, County Durham in the northeast of England, he served in the British army until 1980, wrote in his spare time, after which he became a professional writer. He supplemented the cycle "The Myths of Cthulhu" by Howard Lovecraft (Lumley was born exactly 9 months after the death of Lovecraft) with several of his own works. He served for 22 years, and finished his service in the officer`s rank, and in the last years of his service he held a rather high position - the Chief Instructor for Training. Despite a successful military career, during his early years of service, he published the first of nine novels in the Titus Crow series, The Warrior of the Ancient World. As Lumley himself later admitted, at that time "a serious foundation was laid." Released in December 1980, he finally got the opportunity to do what he dreamed of, to the fullest! In 1984 his horror novel Necroscope was published, about a man who could talk to the dead. This novel later gained immense popularity, but it took three years before he returned to this story and wrote the second and third books. TOR Books published the trilogy from September 1988 to September 1989. Soon Lumley wrote the fourth and fifth parts, and only after their release in 1989, the financial problems experienced when leaving the army were forgotten. Moreover, Lumley`s books became bestsellers and were released then with a circulation of more than two million copies. These successes could not fail to inspire something more, and soon Brian Lumley took on his "most beautiful, ambitious and important job." Such work, according to him, was the trilogy "Vampire World" (World of vampires), written from 1991 to 1993 and consisting of the novels "Blood Brothers", "The Last Aerie" and "Bloodwars". Here he combined many genres: horror, fantasy, even a little from his first and main love - science fiction. Then two novels from the series "Lost Years" and the trilogy "E-Branch" were created. The protagonist of the early Necroscope also appears in the anthology Harry Keogh: Necroscope and Other Heroes. The Necroscope saga ended with the seventeenth novel, The Touch. Author`s official website: http://www.brianlumley.com/