Saint Peter's Wolf

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Jun 1, 1993 - Fiction - 428 pages
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Cadnum brings his immense storytelling talents and poet's insight to this hauntingly suspenseful novel as compelling and terrifying as the darkest nightmare. Art collector Benjamin Byrd becomes obsessed with a set of fangs embedded in silver, and soon he begins having dreams of prowling the darkness, of pouncing, of devouring. . . .

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User Review  - Amy - Goodreads

"I would tell you, though, that the animal in us is wiser than we can imagine. Wiser, even, than the child in us, and the child is very wise." "...we were like frames in a film, stored in a can for ... Read full review

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User Review  - David Hughes - Goodreads

The werewolf of modern myth is a tormented creature, horrified by its own descent into unreasoning brutality. This is the story of a different kind of werewolf. Superficially, it has similar plot ... Read full review


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About the author (1993)

Michael Cadnum, a National Book Award finalist, is the author of over a dozen novels for young adults. He lives in Albany, California.

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