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Vampire Forensics by Mark Collins Jenkins
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I've skimmed over half the book. I might pick it up again; I might not.

Here's the problem.

If you've read The Vampire: A Casebook or any other book about vampires, you know everything that this book is talking about.

Honestly, I also would have thought that some one working for Nat Geo would have gotten Mary Shelley's relationship to Clare Clarmont correct.

So I went back and finished it. There are better vampire studies out there. It's slightly intersting for the bit about Venice, but the last bit seems a bit of a hodgepodge.
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