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In the series[edit | edit source]
Grave Peril[edit | edit source]
In Grave Peril, when Harry Dresden requests to be invited in to the Malone house by a family member, detective Rudolph accuses him to be Count Dracula, to which Dresden replies that, at last check, Drakul is still in eastern Europe.
Blood Rites[edit | edit source]
In Blood Rites, Dracula is mentioned as the son of Drakul, and a pale and weak imitation of his father. According to Bram Stoker's[Footnote 1] book,[Footnote 2] he was able to move around in daylight, and he was only staked in his coffin in the movie versions of his story.