Author(s): C. C. Humphreys
"Trust nothing that you've heard."
Winter 1431, a son is born to the Prince of Transylvania.
His father christened him "Vlad."
His people knew him as "The Dragon's Son."
His enemies reviled him as "Tepes"-The Impaler.
He became the hero of a nation.
We know him as Dracula.
Vlad: The Last Confession is a novel about the real man behind the Bram Stoker myth. It tells of the Prince, the warrior, the lover, the torturer, the survivor and, ultimately, the hero.
"A great tale, finely woven with action, palpably real characters and terrific twists of fate." -Simon Scarrow
This will be an epic historical tale about a fascinating character in history. Vlad is famous (through DRACULA) but a little is known in the mainstream beyond the enduring myth. Interest in the 'gothic' has never been higher - the success of novels such as THE HISTORIAN has already shown that there is interest in this area. CC Humphreys is supremely equipped to bring this story to life. His combination of historical detail, atmosphere and fantastic characters should lend themselves to this story.
C.C. Humphreys was born in Toronto and grew up in Los Angeles and London. A third generation actor and writer on both sides of his family. He lives with his family in Vancouver, Canada.