Out of the smouldering ruins of a castle deep in the heart of Crovakia arise the battered forms of Captain Judson and his companion, the terrible monster created by Victor Frankenstein a century and a half ago. Together they resume their desperate search for peace, but as always that search is destined for disaster.
Transylvania seems an ideal retreat, but the two wanderers haven't bargained on the horrible cunning of that diabolical paragon of evil, Count Dracula. And when Captain Judson unwittingly restores him to life a new horror is unleashed on the unsuspecting world.
Dracula's first thought is for revenge on the people who dared to cross him, and suceeded in confining his powers for more than a hundred years. He evolves a fiendish scheme of reprisal – a scheme which spells terror for his victims, misery for Captain Judson, and death for his monstrous companion.
Donald F. Glut (born 1944) is an American writer, motion picture director, screenwriter, amateur paleontologist, musician and actor. He is perhaps best known for writing the novelization of the second Star Wars film, The Empire Strikes Back.