Saint Peter's Wolf
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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SAINT PETER'S WOLFUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A werewolf novel with teeth, from the author of Nightlight and Sleepwalker (both 1990). Never has the transformation of man into wolf been portrayed with such psychospiritual intensity as in the ... Read full review
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