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Published April 1st 1990 by Pinnacle
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Nazi werewolves; what's not to like? Just in case you don't get the subtlety of the two capital letters at the end of the title, there's a slavering beast on the cover with Swastikas in its eyes.
Raegan Butcher
Not bad. Quite a wild idea and lots of action. It was nice to read something like this that didn't involve vampires or zombies.This was a neat little thriller.
My second attempt at reading this one, and this time I made it through to the end. So what caused me to abandon it the first time? The structure. This book starts off with an Author’s note, then Of Historical Interest…, then a Prologue, and THEN - 47 pages in - we get to Chapter One and the story proper starts. There are much better ways of getting that information across and much of it was unnecessary anyway, clearly this husband and wife team don’t believe in that old adage about hooking the r...more
Andrew Marcec
This book is just absolutely horrendous. I only got about 30 pages in before I had to just stop and put the whole thing down for good.

This book reads like a hastily written rough draft. There are even contradicting sentences in the same paragraph!

Shame on this publisher for putting this book out there...the idea had great potential.
Amber Hinkle
This is one of the better, serious werewolf books that I've read. I love the concept of tying it into Hitler and the fact that werewolves can basically live until their killed.
Great book, really enjoyed it
Doctor Edward Diesel
A neat central premise and a some tightly written action scenes.
Jan 09, 2009 Jeff rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommended to Jeff by: My brother
Werewolves and Nazis should say it all
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Jerry Ahern (born Jerome Morrell Ahern) was a science fiction and action novel author best known for his post apocalyptic survivalist series The Survivalist. The books in this series are heavy with descriptions of the weapons the protagonists use to survive and prosecute a seemingly never-ending war amongst the remnants of the superpowers from pre-apocalypse times.

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