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The Vampire Vanishes

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Mild-mannered vegetarian vampire, Count Alucard is back, and this time he's up to some rather unusual tricks. Seeking refuge at a Magic Society's annual get-together, he finds himself up on stage with his old chum Henry Hollins as assistant, attempting a vanishing act out of his very own coffin.
Hardcover, 204 pages
Published November 13th 1995 by Bodley Head Children's Books (first published November 2nd 1995)
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Willis Hall was an English playwright and radio and television writer who drew on his working class Leeds roots in much of his material.

His most famous creation was probably Billy Liar (1960), co-written with life-long friend and collaborator Keith Waterhouse, and based on the latter's novel. His rise to fame had come from his play about British soldiers in the Malayan jungle The Long and the Shor
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