The Lady of the Shroudwas Bram Stoker's eleventh novel. The novel is an adventure story about a young man who inherits enormous amount of money which he uses to help the people of a small country in the Balkans in their struggle against their more powerful neighbors. It was first published in the UK in 1909 by William Heinemann, London. The book itself is a 367 page hardcover with a red cloth cover stamped on the spine and front panel in black and gold. In 1909 Heinemann also produced a 357 page Heinemann's Colonial Library edition of this book. The Lady of the Shroud was first published in the US in 1966 by Paperback Library Inc., New York, as a part of their Paperback Library Gothic series. This edition is a 287 page (plus one page of advertisements) paperback with a picture of a woman in a white shroud and a castle on the front panel. Photographs of the book's UK and US covers are available here.
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Early publication notice
M. A. P. (Mainly About People), London, July 10, 1909