Never Cry Werewolf: A Crimson Moon Novel (Google eBook)

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Macmillan, Mar 30, 2010 - Fiction - 336 pages
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The last fight between the werewolf clans spilled onto the streets of New Orleans—and now the whole city’s on red alert. Martial law has gone into effect. Mediums, ghost hunters, and other supernatural pundits have taken over the media, swarming the Big Easy to expose the hard truth about lycanthropes. And to make matters worse, a beastly killer is clawing up humans…

Secret government operative Sasha Trudeau doesn’t like what she’s seeing—a series of brutal and bloody slayings that appear to be wolf-like attacks. It might be the work of a copy cat killer—vampire or Unseelie or some other enemy of the Seelie clan. But while Sasha races to find suspects and motives, the panic level is rising—and the city’s human population is clamoring for an all-out wolf hunt…


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Review: Never Cry Werewolf (Crimson Moon #5)

User Review  - Monica Gutierrez - Goodreads

there were a lot of werewolf, vampires and fairies, i like it so I really enjoyed this book Read full review

Review: Never Cry Werewolf (Crimson Moon #5)

User Review  - Margaret - Goodreads

SUMMARY: New York Times bestselling author LA Banks brings the war of the werewolves into the world of the humans. But who is the predator and who is the prey…? The last fight between the werewolf ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

L. A. BANKS is the author of the Vampire Huntress Legend series and the Crimson Moon Novels. She had a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and a master’s in fine arts from Temple University. Banks considered herself a shape-shifter. She wrote romance, women’s fiction, crime and suspense, and of course, dark vampire huntress lore. She lived with her daughter in an undisclosed lair somewhere in Philadelphia.

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