Several Dark Shadows novels have been released over the years featuring characters and situations as seen in the televised series. Most of these books form a separate continuity, particularly those released by Paperback Library.
Paperback Library Edit
Paperback Library began releasing novels based on the Dark Shadows series in December of 1966. A total of thirty-three novels were released through to 1972, all written by Dan Ross under the pen name Marilyn Ross. All of the novels, with the exception of House of Dark Shadows, were part of one shared continuity separate from the history supplied in the original television series.
Beginning in 1998, HarperCollins began publishing a new series of Dark Shadows novels. Unlike the Paperback Library novels, the series was framed within the continuity presented in the original Dark Shadows.
|1||Angelique's Descent||Lara Parker||December 1998|
|2||Dreams of the Dark|| Stephen Mark Rainey|
& Elizabeth Massie
Tor Books Edit
Beginning in 2006, publishing of the series continued under Tor Books.
|1||The Salem Branch||Lara Parker||July 2006|
|2||Angelique's Descent (a prequel to "The Salem Branch")||Lara Parker||2012 (reprint)|
|3||Wolf Moon Rising||Lara Parker||August 2013|
|4||Heiress of Collinwood||Lara Parker||November 2016|