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The Werewolf Solution

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In a world where werewolves have revealed their existence, a werewolf must track down the werewolf who killed his father before the killer can get to his son.

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“An amazing writer, Patterson captivates his readers from the very first page as ‘The Werewolf Solution’ jumps directly into the action, keeping the reader engaged as the story unfold
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Published (first published August 14th 2011)
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Samantha Leighanne
Aug 15, 2011 Samantha Leighanne rated it really liked it
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**I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.**

Let's be honest. Vampires, werewolves, zombies and the like are "in" right now. And it seems to me like almost everyone is doing the same stories. As much as I say that, I still read things like that. Its just something that I like. However, if you're looking for a break from the normal werewolf story, you should definitely pick this up!

Brief Synopsis: 5 years ago it was announced that werewolves actually do exist and ther
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Patterson has created an intriguing tale about a world in which werewolves have announced their presence, created their own council, and live side-by-side their human counterparts. Although “accepted” by the world in which he lives, Ted Grave, a psychologist for young weres, find himself utterly alone—ignored by the council, divorced by his wife, unable to see his son, he is utterly dejected. Yet, not all is what it seems among the were community, and everything Ted has ever known is about to be ...more
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Joshua Grover-David Patterson is a freelance writer, screenwriter and blogger. His articles on pop culture, film and the Internet have appeared in The Post-Crescent, Bull magazine, delight! magazine and Film Threat. Patterson’s films have won 13 awards and appeared in 29 film festivals all over the world, including in Japan, Australia, Hungary, Norway, the UK and throughout the United States. Patt ...more
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