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Librarian Note: This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B00HB6337S.

Three epic PENNY DREADFUL CLASSICS remastered for Kindle with original art, essays, free audio recordings and detailed annotations:

Wagner The Wehr-Wolf, Varney The Vampire and The Mysteries of London.

WAGNER THE WEHR-WOLF

Published in 1847, 'Wagner' is one of the first werewolf novels in English Litera
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Kindle Edition, 3376 pages
Published August 9th 2014 by Enhanced Ebooks (first published December 11th 2013)
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One star because it was not made clear that the illustrations would not show up on the Kindle Paperwhite.
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