Best New Werewolf Tales by James Roy Daley
(Vol. 1)

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Want the Greatest Werewolf Stories Ever Written?
BEST NEW WEREWOLF TALES (Vol. 1)

From the people that brought you the Best New Zombie Tales, and the Best New Vampire Tales!

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
LIKE PART OF THE FAMILY ~ JONATHAN MABERRY
BABY ~ JAMES ROY DALEY
ANNIVERSARY ~ JOHN EVERSON
THE VIRGIN O' FULL MOON FALLS ~ JAMES NEWMAN
THE TROJAN PLUSHY ~ DAVID BERNSTEIN 
JESUS WHEN THE SUN GOES DOWN ~ SIMON McCAFFERY
THREE DOG NIGHT ~ JOHN F.D. TAFF
GRANDMA, WHAT BIG TEETH YOU HAVE ~ ROB ROSEN
SCARRED FOR LIFE ~ MICHAEL LAIMO
HAIRS AND GRACES ~ WILLIAM MEIKLE
OUT OF THE LIGHT ~ DOUGLAS SMITH
HUNGRY LIKE THE MOON ~ ROB E. BOLEY
UNLUCKY MOON ~ T.J. MAY
A TASTE OF BLOOD AND ROSES ~ DAVID NIALL WILSON
UNDER A CIVIL MOON ~ JOHN GROVER
UNLEASHED ~ NINA KIRIKI HOFFMAN
STEAK ~ RANDALL LAHRMAN
SILVER ANNIVERSARY ~ STEPHEN M. WILSON
BUY A GOAT FOR CHRISTMAS ~ ANNA TABORSKA
SQ 389 ~ DAVID WESLEY HILL
 

About James Roy Daley

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Jonathan Maberry was born on May 18, 1958. His early books dealt mainly with martial arts and self defense. He then wrote a number of books on the folklore and beliefs of the occult and paranormal including Vampire Universe: The Dark World of Supernatural Beings That Haunt Us, Hunt Us and Hunger for Us, Zombie CSU, and They Bite. His first novel, Ghost Road Blues, won the 2007 Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel. His other works include The Pine Deep Trilogy, the Joe Ledger series, and the Rot and Ruin series. He is also a freelance comic book writer. John Everson is the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of the novels Covenant, Sacrifice and The 13th. He shares a deep purple den in Naperville, Illinois with a cockatoo and cockatiel, a disparate collection of skulls, twisted skeletal fairies, and a large stuffed Eeyore. There's also a mounted Chinese fowling spider named Stoker, an ever-growing shelf of custom mix CDs and an acoustic guitar that he can't really play but that his son likes to hear him beat on anyway. Sometimes his wife is surprised to find him shuffling through more public areas of the house, but it's usually only to brew another cup of coffee or restock a pint of Newcastle.
 
Published January 3, 2014 by Books of the Dead Press. 220 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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