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All Claws: Stories of the Urban Werewolf
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Laura Thomas
Jun 17, 2012 Laura Thomas rated it really liked it
How do you like your werewolf? Furry, chained or skinned?
Marion serves them up in three very different stories.
In Best Friends, you have the roommate from hell and a vial containing a mysterious yellow substance.
Innocent Until Proven gives you a courtroom drama like no other.
With Skinless, the longest of the three tales, you meet Albert, a desperate werewolf who has waited too long to hunt.
I was thrilled with this book. I love my horror and my werewolves and All Claws gave me three very uniquely
Midu Hadi
Jun 03, 2012 Midu Hadi rated it liked it
Recommends it for: PNR/UF fans
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Angie ~aka Reading Machine~
I love wolves! I love reading about them in their many and varied forms. I loved the concept for this book! However some of the stories were really interesting and others just fell flat to me. This book is really short less than 50 pages. The author did a really good job of crafting her stories and I have no problems with that. My personal feeling is that the last two stories could have been made into full novellas. I liked these stories best out of all that was presented. I would hope that the ...more
Jul 02, 2012 Wanda rated it liked it
Short stories don't normally get my attention. However, as these were Werewolf related, I had to take the chance. I'm so glad I did. I truly enjoyed these stories, especially Riley!

These were very brief and I finished the three in just a couple hours. It was a nice break from the novel lengths that I normally read. I may have to consider more short stories in the future.
Jul 30, 2012 Think rated it really liked it
This was a great collection of werewolf stories! They were all a bit disturbing, which is usually not my thing. Yet, for some reason, I just could not stop reading Sipe’s stories. The first two stories are great but the third has series possibility written all over it. “Skinless” tells the story of ‘Albert’. A werewolf needing to feed and find a new skin to wear. What he finds instead pulls you along on a fantastic, almost psychedelic trip as ‘Albert’ tries to discover what is happening to him. ...more
May 23, 2012 Mandy marked it as to-read
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