Miss Betty

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Miss Betty
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Author Bram Stoker
Publisher C. Arthur Pearson Ltd.
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Media typePrint (Hardcover)

Miss Betty is a romance novel by Bram Stoker, written in 1898. It was published one year after the release of Stoker's Dracula . [1]

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  1. http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/s/bram-stoker/ Stoker's Bibliography at Fantastic Fiction.