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One of the summer’s hottest reads is a first novel by a woman who wrote in obscurity for ten years. She talks with Diane about writing a fresh take on the Dracula legend as seen through the eyes of scholars.
- Elizabeth Kostova Author and winner of the Hopwood Award for the Novel-in-Progress.
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