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Werewolf: King Of The Road
     

Werewolf: King Of The Road

by Allan Cole
 
KING OF THE ROAD: Following a grisly trail of a serial hobo murder, Eric finds himself trapped with a band of villainous "brother of the road" in a boxcar that is on a highball express run to the scrap yard. One of the men on board is a werewolf - infected by Skorzeny. And Eric must discover which one before it is too late.

Overview

KING OF THE ROAD: Following a grisly trail of a serial hobo murder, Eric finds himself trapped with a band of villainous "brother of the road" in a boxcar that is on a highball express run to the scrap yard. One of the men on board is a werewolf - infected by Skorzeny. And Eric must discover which one before it is too late.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013309180
Publisher:
Allan Cole
Publication date:
10/13/2011
Series:
Werewolf , #6
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
162 KB

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Meet the Author

International bestselling authors and screenwriters Allan Cole and the late Chris Bunch were collaborators for nearly twenty years. Together, and separately, they published over forty novels and sold more than 150 TV and movie screenplays. Their most noteworthy collaboration produced the eight-book Sten series, hailed as “landmark science fiction” by Publishers Weekly, among others. Their film work included hit series like Quincy, The A-Team, Walker, Texas Ranger and Werewolf, where they were story editors. For details about Allan’s life and work, see his homepage at www.acole.com. And be sure to read his popular blog, My Hollywood MisAdventures about his years as a screenwriter. For information about Chris, see his Wikipedia entry at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Bunch. Both authors are also featured in the International Movie Data Base (IMDB.com)

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