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Easton Press  
5 volume vampire chronicles collection (limited to 3000 sets) including the following titles:
The Interview with the Vampire - signed by Anne Rice edition
The Queen of the Damned
The Vampire Lestat
Memnoch the Devil
Tale of the Body Thief
(note: the 5 volume set has been reproduced in 2006 with a non signed volume of Interview with
the vampire, so the 3000 limitation number only applied to the sets with Interview with the
Vampire signed by Anne Rice)
Prince Lestat - Signed First Edition - 2014

Franklin Library  
Merrick - signed first edition - 2000
Vittorio the vampire - signed first edition -1999
Anne Rice Signed
Anne Rice Vampires
Easton Press Anne Rice
Anne Rice Leather Bound Books
As America's most famous modern author of Gothic and later Religious books, Anne Rice's books are some of the most read novels in history. Anne Rice is best known for her books about vampires known as the Vampire Chronicles. These books have inspired thousands of followers which reflects in the high level demand for the leather bound and signed Anne Rice books. It should also be noted that Anne Rice's books have also been portrayed in major film productions such Interview with the Vampire and The Queen of the Damned. The following is a list of all books by Anne Rice along with original year the book was published:

Interview With The Vampire (1976)
The Feast of All Saints (1979)
Cry to Heaven (1982)
The Vampire Lestat (1985)
The Queen of the Damned (1988)
The Mummy (1989)
The Witching Hour (1990)
The Tale of the Body Thief (1992)
Lasher (1993)
Taltos (1994)
Memnoch The Devil (1995)
Servant of the Bones (1996)
Violin (1997)
Pandora (1998)
Armand (1998)
Vittorio the Vampire (1999)
Merrick (2000)
Blood and Gold (2001)
Blackwood Farm (2002)
Blood Canticle (2003)
Christ The Lord: Out of Egypt (2005)
Christ The Lord: The Road to Cana (2008)
Angel Time (2009)
Of Love and Evil (2010)
The Wolf Gift (2012)
The Wolves of Midwinter (2013)
Prince Lestat (2014)
Anne Rice (Born Oct 4, 1941) was born in New Orleans, Louisiana as Howard Allen O'Brien. While Anne Rice received her early education in Louisiana and Texas, she later attended San Francisco State University and received a Master Degree in Creative Writing. In 1961 she Married Stan Rice (1942-2002) an artist, poet, and San Francisco State University English Professor. Her son American author Christopher Rice was born in 1978. The most famous book by Anne Rice is Interview with the Vampire which was published in 1976, although she wrote the novel 3 years earlier. Interview with the Vampire started a series of books by Anne Rice about vampires titled the Vampire Chronicles. In the more than two decades that followed, Anne Rice wrote many books which mainly centered around supernatural and occult themes. Two Vampire Chronicles books by Anne Rice were made into movies Interview with the Vampire (1976), and Queen of the Damned (1988). The book Exit to Eden (1985), which Anne Rice wrote under the pseudonym Anne Rampling, was also made into a movie. Under the pseudonym Anne Rampling she also wrote Belinda (1986), and under the pseudonym A. N. Roquelaure she wrote three books The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty (1983), Beauty's Punishment (1984), and Beauty's Release (1985). In 2004 Anne Rice declared that she would no longer write books about vampires or occult themes, and turned her writing attention to books about Christianity and Catholicism. The recent books by Anne Rice which are religious in theme include Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt (2005), Christ the Lord: The Road to Cana (2008), and Called Out of Darkness: A Spiritual Confession (2008 - autobiography). The other books by Anne Rice which are not previously mentioned include The Feast of All Saints (1979), Cry to Heaven (1982), The Master of Rampling Gate (1982 - vampire short story), The Vampire Lestat (1985 - Vampire Chronicles), The Mummy (1989), The Witching Hour (1990), The Tale of the Body Thief (1992 - Vampire Chronicles), Lasher (1993), Taltos (1994), Memnoch The Devil (1995 - Vampire Chronicles), Servant of the Bones (1996), Violin (1997), Pandora (1998), The Vampire Armand (1998 - Vampire Chronicles), Vittorio the Vampire (1999), Merrick (2000 - Vampire Chronicles), Blood and Gold (2001 - Vampire Chronicles), Blackwood Farm (2002 - Vampire Chronicles), and Blood Canticle (2003 - Vampire Chronicles).

A number of books by Anne Rice have been published as modern leather bound editions. All of these books are vampire titles and include Interview with the Vampire, The Vampire Lestat, The Queen of the Damned, The Tale of the Body Thief, and Memnoch the Devil published as a set by the Easton Press. The Franklin Library published two signed first editions by Anne Rice including Vittorio the Vampire (1999), and Merrick (2000). Both of the Franklin editions were hand signed by Anne Rice as part of the signed first edition series, and the first 3000 Easton Press Vampire Chronicles sets included a copy of Interview with the Vampire which was hand signed by Anne Rice.