Werewolf Omnibus

Guy N Smith

£15.00

Synopsis

Are werewolves simply folklore or have they existed at some stage in the distant past?  Lycanthropy is known to be a mental condition where the sufferer believes himself to be a wolf and embarks upon a psychotic rampage. So perhaps there’s some truth in the age-old legends.  The Black Hill in South Shropshire is a dark forest where legend becomes reality. As well as werewolves seeking human prey, the hills hold tales of the black dogs. A sighting of these spectral canines is a harbinger of death.   Gordon Hall, the sporting tenant, finds himself caught up in these ancient horrors and is determined to destroy them once and for all.  Both his life and his soul are at risk.

Werewolf Omnibus collects together three vintage novels from the master of pulp horror, Guy N. Smith: Werewolf By Moonlight (1974), Return Of The Werewolf (1977) and The Son Of The Werewolf (1978), alongside a new short story, Spawn Of The Werewolf.

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Book Condition Notes

The Guy N. Smith 'Back Catalogue' is a listing of all titles held that are now out of print. The majority of the books are second hand and for each title a condition is given (on the Book Details tab) and priced accordingly. All copies are signed by Guy.

The entire Horror fiction 'Back Catalogue' is available in eBook format.

Physical book conditions are as follows.

Condition 1.

The majority of these titles are new but some are from the Back List but their condition is 'as new'. Items are priced individually.

Condition 2.

Very Good: These books may have some very minor wear but overall a good copy.

Condition 3.

Slightly Worn: Wear to these books would include any or all of the following: Ex-library with stamps or stickers, slight wear including creasing or minor marks to covers. Pages might be slightly yellowed.

Condition 4.

Worn: Wear to these books would include any or all of the following: Ex-library with stamps or stickers, creasing, rubbing, marks or stains to covers. Inscriptions or inked writing on prelims or other pages. Pages yellowed.