The Library of Death begins at a leisurely pace, and a tone that
seems to set the stage for a light romance. But then Ronald S.L.
Harding deftly builds the mystery and from the moment we learn of
the legend of a headless spectre that purportedly stalks the
grounds and rumors of hereditary vampirism the novel undergoes
another transformation with the light tone of the early chapters
forgotten as horror is piled upon horror . . . So says John Pelan's
introduction to this 1938 horror classic.
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