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Werewolves and Shapeshifters
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Shapeshifting beings appear in almost every world culture. This clever new collection, from eclectic author Darren Zenko, focuses on werewolves and wolf-like creatures, but also explores some fascinating shapeshifting folklore from South America and Asia. Packed with adventure and suspense, these tales extend far beyond clichťd full moons and silver bullets, into magical worlds where anything is possible and nothing is as it seems...

in the first recorded "lycanthrope" or werewolf story, Zeus turns a proud and sinful king into a wolf-man...

a beautiful yet mischievous kitsune, or fox maiden, tests the moral fiber of a simple Japanese woodcutter...

in rural France, hunters track and kill a vicious wolf creature, responsible for more than 50 grisly deaths in the 16th century...

revenge and witchcraft propel an account of the legendary wendigo, one of the most feared of all North American shapeshifters...

left for dead by his scheming wives, a Blackfoot warrior is rescued by wolves and soon becomes one of their pack...

a seductive dolphin-man, or boto, lures an American woman to a mystical underwater city in the Amazon...

baffled cowboys team up to battle a maniacal wolf lord, intent on spreading his kind all over the New World...


Price: Canada $14.95    U.S.A. $12.95 A Lone Pine Publishing imprint
Format: Paperback
ISBN-13: 978-1-894877-53-4
ISBN-10: 1-894877-53-5
Page Count: 216
Dimensions: 5.25" x 8.25"
Series # 47