A GOOD READ,I WAS SURPRISED.
Crime makes strange partnerships-And none stranger than that between Sherlock Holmes and Count Dracula. Holmes confronts a pair of impossible problems: a ring of criminal masterminds threatening to loose thousands of plague-infested rats into the streets of London and a bizarre killer who leaves a trail of bloodless corpses...and no other clues. Dracula holds the key to both mysteries. Returned to London on a personal matter, the Count is quickly entangled in a web of evil that even his undead powers may not be enough to breach.
Dracula has been beaten up and lost his memory and now wanders Victorian London in search of his memory...and revenge. In the course of his adventures, he runs into England's greatest sleuth...Sherlock Holmes. This s a Sherlock Holmes pastiche, and not a very good one. It doesn't quite have the right feel. But, if you just want to see two classic characters run into each other, give it a read.
This author is a renowned master of hard science fiction, far-sighted fantasy and memorable fiction with that special touch. I am sorry I do not have this complete Dracula series to offer on this site as several volumes I lent to a friend and lost them. Dracula, as envisoned by Mr. Saberhagen, is much more complex and interesting than the pop characters we are presented with. You must check it out for yourself. When you've tried the rest, try the best.