Moondog by Henry Garfield

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After two women in a small California town are savagely killed during the time of the full moon by what is apparently a wolf, Cyrus ""Moondog"" Nygerski feels compelled to investigate and discovers some disturbing patterns.

About Henry Garfield

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Henry Garfield lives in Belfast, Maine, where he keeps a small sailboat for explorations of the coastal waters. He is the author of three mystery-suspense novels: Moondog, Room 13, and Tartabull's Throw, and writes a regular column for, an Internet newspaper in Maine. He is the great-great-grandson of President James A. Garfield, the last U.S. president born in a log cabin.
Published March 1, 1995 by St Martins Pr. 258 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Children's Books. Fiction

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No one except a recent parolee working nights at a local diner takes Moondog seriously until the fourth killing suddenly has townspeople eating garlic, wearing crosses and loading silver bullets into their pistols.

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