The Werewolves of London by Brian Stableford

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The first in a trilogy of novels set in the 19th-century, this book traces the lives of a young man and a small boy, who find themselves possessed by visionary powers which unknowingly they have borrowed from the fallen angels of Biblical mythology. Stableford also wrote "The Empire of Fear".

About Brian Stableford

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Author Brian M. Stableford was born in Shipley, Yorkshire, U. K. on July 25, 1948. He received an undergraduate degree in biology from the University of York in 1969 and a Ph.D. in sociology in 1979. Before becoming a full-time writer in 1988, he taught sociology at the University of Reading. He has published over 100 books, including science fiction and fantasy works, non-fiction, translations, and learned articles. He has written under the pseudonym of Brian Craig as well as under Brian Stableford and Brian M. Stableford. He has received numerous awards for both fiction and non-fiction including the British Science Fiction Award (1995), the Distinguished Scholarship Award of the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts (1987), the J. Lloyd Eaton Award (1987), the Science Fiction Research Association's (SFRA) Pioneer Award (1996), and the SFRA's Pilgrim Award (1999).
Published December 1, 1992 by Carroll & Graf Pub. 467 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The plot: David Lydyard and Sir Edward Tallentyre are seeking answers to metamysteries in remotest Egypt when David is bitten by an asp-like snake that infects him with the soul of the Sphinx, the slowly awakening great cat-mother of the fallen Creators from the Golden Age of the Gods, now that r...

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British science fiction writer Stableford, who made quite a splash last year with the U.S. publication of his historical vampire epic The Empire of Fear , here offers a compelling mixture of lycanthro

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Meanwhile, a young foundling named Gabriel Gill has discovered his own occult powers, and when the infamous sorcerer Jacob Harkender tries to take the boy into his home, Gabriel escapes with the help of Mandorla Soulier, mistress of the legendary werewolves of London, who have their own plans for...

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