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Werewolf
     

Werewolf

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by Herb Chamberlain
 
"Werewolf" is a short psychological thriller about a investigative detective who is given one more case to solve, one which is very similar to his last case, and so devastating that it retired him out on full disability.

Laural Park, a forgotten town along the bay, consisted of a few weather worn homes surrounded by the woods where children once played. Now

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"Werewolf" is a short psychological thriller about a investigative detective who is given one more case to solve, one which is very similar to his last case, and so devastating that it retired him out on full disability.

Laural Park, a forgotten town along the bay, consisted of a few weather worn homes surrounded by the woods where children once played. Now there is something else which calls the woods its home, and not far away is the old Blue Boy Cereal Mill, long ago abandoned. The old path which is the only way in and out of the mill no longer seems over grown and disused, and late at night, if one listens carefully, music can be heard floating on the cold night air carrying with it, something sinister and depraved, something which likes to come out and play when the moon is full and bright.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012564672
Publisher:
H. G. Chamberlain
Publication date:
01/17/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
33 KB

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Meet the Author

Herb Chamberlain is a professional church musician and an educator. Educated at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, N. J., he has written and published poetry. He has performed both in New York's Philharmonic Hall and Carnegie Hall and has been played on WVTF, Public Radio. He has always loved literature and now enjoys writing the occasional short story as he spends much of his time working on a children's novel. He is married and the father of three children and five grand children. They are his greatest works.

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Werewolf 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
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I really like this but it left wanting more. Wish it was a longer book.
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This book had to many facts cramed into to few pages. Shame to, it had the base for something worth reading.
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