The Black Book of the Werewolf
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This huge collection of 32 gruesome and brilliant werewolf short stories and novellas (over 500 printed pages) represent some of the best of the 19th and early 20th century, when the werewolf was at its full height of terror. The Werewolf's bestial ferocity, superhuman strength, sadistic cruelty, and ravenous hunger make him the very epitome of supernatural terror.

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