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By Rhys Bowen
Along with her hateful brother Binky on the town, girl Georgiana has been desperately looking an get away. So whilst a call for participation from the Queen arrives to symbolize the royals at a marriage in Transylvani-legendary domestic of vampires-Georgiana is thrilled to simply accept. but if the bride starts off appearing a bit batty and a well-liked marriage ceremony visitor is poisoned, whatever has to be performed lest the couple's vows turn into "till undeath do they part..."
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