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Werewolf by Moonlight (Werewolf #1)

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A Welsh hill farmer imports an expensive dog from the Black Forest of Germany. When this bites his son he promptly becomes a werewolf whenever there is a full moon. Sheep start getting mauled and part-eaten, then people, and . . .
Paperback, 110 pages
Published September 5th 1974 by New English Library (first published 1974)
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Dreadlocksmile
Jul 28, 2009 Dreadlocksmile rated it really liked it
First published back in 1974, ‘Werewolf by Moonlight’ was Guy N Smith’s debut novel, starting off his lucrative career that will span decades, involving an almost unusually high volume of releases throughout. ‘Werewolf by Moonlight’ was also the only horror novel to date to appear under Guy’s name without his middle initial being included. The novel was later followed by two sequels; ‘Return of the Werewolf’ in 1976 and ‘The Son of the Werewolf’ in 1978. The novel has since become one of the mor ...more
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A cool horror that was actually a horror and not some romantic chick flick series that is served up to us readers since 2009.
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Typical Guy N. Smith novel, his first. An enjoyable read.
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I was born on November 21, 1939, in the small village of Hopwas, near Tamworth, Staffordshire, England. My mother was a pre-war historical novelist (E. M. Weale) and she always encouraged me to write.
I was first published at the age of 12 in The Tettenhall Observer, a local weekly newspaper. Between 1952-57 I wrote 56 stories for them, many serialized. In 1990 I collated these into a book entitled
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