Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Five of the best werewolf novels

At The Barnes & Noble Book Blog Paul Goat Allen tagged five must-read werewolf novels, including:
The Wolf’s Hour, by Robert R. McCammon (1989)

This novel was a dramatic departure for horror writer McCammon. A blend of WWII espionage thriller and werewolf-powered dark fantasy, the story revolves around Russian-born, British Secret Service operative Michael Gallatin, who just happens to be a werewolf. Highly principled and deeply introspective, Gallatin is a tormented soul struggling to understand who (or what) he is. Intricately plotted and meticulously described, this suspense thriller offers up a unique take on the werewolf mythos.
Read about another novel on the list.

--Marshal Zeringue