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When the mutilated body of a young woman is discovered in Boston's historic North End Detectives Ed Fischer and John Nadeau are called in to investigate. Despite the brutality of the crime, there are no leads and it appears to be an isolated incident. However, a second murder just twenty-four hours later in Boston's Backbay Fens seems eerily similar and the victims appear ...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published November 4th 2009 by Booksurge Publishing
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This book starts out choppy, confusing, and hard to read and follow. Then as it gets easier to read, the story is a bit slow to start. Stick with it, because it does get better, and turns out to be a pretty good werewolf story. It is a bit stereotypical as homicide detective versus supernatural killer stories go; there is a small twist at the end to makes up for it. The author’s choice of words and writing/descriptions can be snooty, but I easily ignored it. I’m happy that I only paid $2.99 for ...more
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Tim Garrity is the author of Vargulf, a self published work which garnered honorable mention in the category of General Fiction at the 2009 DIY Book Convention as well as the 2009 New England Book Festival. Vargulf was also awarded a bronze medal in Foreword Magazine’s Book of the Year Award in the category of Horror. He has recently released a second novel, Clinical Lycanthropy. Currently, he res ...more
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