Werewolf: The Novel

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Stamford, CT 1991 Hard cover 1st ed. 1991 Hardcover Ed. NEW. A305 Unknown printing. 272 p.; 25 cm.

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
``It ain't enough we got bloody Hitler bombing hell out of us,'' a frustrated police officer observes in this compelling take on one of horror's most enduring monsters. Vividly reinventing Blitz-strafed London with an intriguing twist, Rubie ( Mindbender ) has given his lycanthrope free rein to wander, to murder and then to hide amid the city's rubble. Detective Sgt.George Llewellyn--a man with secrets and rages of his own--becomes increasingly puzzled as the weeks go by and more mutilated bodies are discovered in the ruins: all of the corpses look as though they've been attacked by some sort of animal. Relying first and foremost on his common sense, Llewellyn rules out a marauding beast in favor of a few logical human suspects: the reclusive Stepan sisters; an encampment of gypsies on the edge of town; and tarot reader and old adversary Nevil Stimpson. Only when subsequent corpses surface and all other leads prove futile is Llewellyn forced to confront the nightmarish truth in a climactic scene sure to thrill devotees of the wolfman. (Jan.)
Library Journal
Every night in World War II London, the bombs are falling. Amid the wreckage in the East End, bodies are found, torn as if eaten by wild animals. People are beginning to talk about werewolves. Police Detective George Llewellyn discounts this superstition but soon links the murders to the gypsies camped nearby, and to a man he has long suspected of being a child molester. What George does not realize is that he is himself a link to the killings; ten years earlier in a raid on the gypsy camp he unknowingly caused a tragedy, and now carries the gypsies' curse. His temper has driven away his wife, and his much-loved daughter is locked in a coma because of something he did, which he is now suppressing. In fact, there is a werewolf loose in the city, but will George realize the connection in time to stop the beast from killing again? Werewolf is a competently written horror novel, and the setting is unusual and well drawn. However, George never seems to come alive as a character, since much of his motivation is hidden, even from himself.-- A.M.B. Amantia, Population Crisis Committee Lib . , Washington, D.C.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780681413948
  • Publisher: Borders Press
  • Publication date: 9/1/1991
  • Edition description: 1st ed
  • Pages: 272

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