WOLF IN THE GARDEN: The Classic of Lycanthropy by Alfred H. Bill

In Colonial America, two lovers find themselves at the center of a series of bizarre and horrifying events. Here is a marvelous werewolf thriller set in upstate New York in the days close after the American Revolution. First the French Comte de Saint Loup arrives with a hound named DeRetz. Then the town is besieged by a giant wolf, possessed with evil intelligence and savage fury, who sates its desire for blood in a series of horrifying and supernatural killings.

Wolf in the Garden is a classic werewolf tale. First published in 1931, this long-forgotten novel may be the finest werewolf thriller ever written.

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