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  2. JoannaB

    I was looking forward to this book. Unfortunately, this, like Thomas D’Agostino’s other books, is so poorly written one has to read and re-read every paragraph just to figure out what he is attempting to say. D-Agostino and his publisher are in dire need of both an editor and proofreader. If you want to read about Woodstock’s vampires, I suggest books by Joseph Citro, Christopher Rondina or Michael Bell. My advice: Unless you can find “A History of Vampires” at the library, forget it. Trust me, you will kick yourself for wasting money on such a substandard book.

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