There are many, many books out there that deal with Bram Stoker's timeless creation, Count Dracula, but this is truly one of the best. In terms of value for money, this is, hands down, one of the largest volumes out there. And as for the quality of the stories contained within these pages, well, they are hard to beat.
With such masterpieces of short horror fiction as Ramsey Campbell's brilliant CONVERSION, Basil Copper's WHEN GREEK MEETS GREEK, Kim Newman's awesome COPPOLLA'S DRACULA, Brian Mooney's ENDANGERED SPECIES, Graham Masterton's masterful ROADKILL, John Gordon's atmospheric masterpiece BLACK BEADS, and F. Paul Wilson's THE LORD'S WORK, you can't go wrong. Highly recommended.
Also recommended: Midnight Mass by F. Paul Wilson, a great twist on the vampire novel, Whitby Vampyrrhic by Simon Clark, a masterful Gothic horror novel, and Phantasms: A Novel by A. Kale, an imaginative and frightening tour de force, which features Count Dracula in a small but crucial part.