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The Mammoth Book of Wolf Men

Stephen Jones

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Fiction, Horror & ghost stories

Twenty three tales of terror and transformation, of the beast that lurks within.

The Mammoth Book of Wolf Men brings together twenty-three tales of terror and transformation from classic pulp novellas like Manly Wade Wellman's The Hairy Ones Will Dance and The Whisperers by Hugh B. Cave, to modern masterpieces such as David Case's The Cell, Clive Barker's Twilight at the Towers and the award-winning Boobs by Suzy Mckee Charnas.

Also collected are memorable stories by contemporary masters: Ramsey Campbell, Les Daniels, Stephen Laws, Scott Bradfield, Denis Etchison, Karl Edward Wagner and many more.

The ideal companion for those that have enjoyed the movie The Wolf Man.

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Praise for The Mammoth Book of Wolf Men

  • A quality assortment of lycanthropic yarns. - Time Out

  • Thoughtfully put together, and excellent value for money. - The Dark Side

  • It seems that it is harder to come up with an original slant to the werewolf than the vampire, but Stephen Jones has shown that there's plenty around if you look. - All Hallows

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Stephen Jones

Stephen Jones has been the rugby correspondent of the Sunday Times since 1982, and is the most respected writer on the sport, winning numerous awards. He is a regular broadcaster on television and radio. His book Endless Winter won the William Hill Sports Book of the Year prize.

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