Famous Impostorswas Bram Stoker's fifth and final book of nonfiction. This book deals with the exposing of various impostors and hoaxes. It was first published in the UK in 1910 by Sidgwick & Jackson, Ltd., London. The book itself is a 349 page hardcover with a red cloth cover stamped on the front panel in gold. It was first published in the US in 1910 by Sturgis & Walton Company, New York. This edition is a 349 page hardcover with a red cloth cover stamped on the front panel in gold.
First edition book cover
Sidgwick & Jackson, Ltd., London, 1910
This book contains the following ten chapters:
An illustrated summary of the chapter "X. The Bisley Boy" was published in the magazine sections of at least seven newspapers across the US under the title "Was Queen Elizabeth a Man?"
On February 19, 1911 it appeared in:On February 26, 1911 it appeared in: Availability
This book is available as a: The summary is available as a: It can also be purchased online as a: Newspaper image
The Seattle Daily Times, Seattle, February 26, 1911