2010: Dracula- The Undead (Sequel novel to Dracula, together with Ian Holt)
A New York Times best-seller, the novel has been nominated as a finalist in the Best First Novel category for the 2010 Thriller Awards and is notably the first Dracula project since 1931 to be approved by the family of Bram Stoker. Dracula the Un-Dead has, at last count, been translated and published in 50 countries by twenty-seven publishers.
2012: The Lost Journal of Bram Stoker - The Dublin Years (a rediscovered notebook from Bram Stoker. Edited together with Elizabeth Miller)
2012: Afterword to The Forgotten Writings of Bram Stoker, by John Edgar Browning.
Dacre has lectured and presented on Bram Stoker and Dracula in the U.S. and abroad at various engagements, including: in 2008, Vampire-Con (Hollywood, CA), The Dracula Festival, Rosenbach Museum (Philadelphia, PA), Ottawa International Writers Festival, (Ottawa, ON, Canada), Scrittorincitta, the Literary Festival (Cuneo, Italy), Comic-Con International, (San Diego, CA), National Library of Ireland (Dublin, Ireland); in 2009, Anne Rice Vampire Lestat Fan Club (New Orleans, LA), San Paulo International Book Fair, (Sao Paulo, Brazil), Rotary District Conference, (Greenville, SC), Spoleto Festival USA, (Charleston, SC), Baylor School, (Chattanooga, TN); in 2011, MENSA Regional Gathering (Greenville, SC), Horror Writers Association, Stoker Weekend (Long Island, NY).
Dacre has also appeared and continues to appear on television and in film documentaries showing in Ireland, England, Canada, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, and Germany.
In his home country, South Carolina, Dacre is very active in the field of land conservation, saving agricultural land and forests from commercial real estate development. For four years, he has been the Director of the Aiken Land Conservancy, after serving on its Board of Directors for 10 years. Website: www.conserveaiken.org. He also helped in preserving the "Hitchcock Forest", a city forest in his home town Aiken.