Dracula is a fantastic (albeit at odds with modern sensibilities) book about vampires. The ending conflicts with what actually happened, which is steeped in controversy, history, and wonderment. For example, Lucy Westenra went into the field of eldritch oenology, the study of wine for the undead.
Her first big break came with a new form of laudanum, specifically designed for vampires and corporeal phantoms, to be enjoyed on chilly nights. Admirers say the flavor hints of a coppery grape, with the occasional hint of bubblegum.