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The 15 best literary vampires

Need a good horror to get your teeth into? Thirsting for some unnerving fiction?

You get the idea.

With Halloween lurking in the shadows, Audible Originals has announced the release of a new audio-dramatisation of J Sheridan Le Fanu’s nineteenth-century gothic vampire novella, Carmilla - narrated by the likes of Rose Leslie (Game of Thrones, Downton Abbey) and David Tennant (Doctor Who, Broadchurch).

To celebrate the resurrection of this vampiric classic, the team at Audible Originals has put together a list of some of the greatest undead blood-suckers to have graced the literary world (some of whom now living on in audible form). Time to indulge in some darkness.

Carmilla is available to download for free from Audible.co.uk, the world’s leading provider of digital spoken-word audio entertainment

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