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Marlowe Higgins has had a hard life. Since being dishonourably discharged after a tour in Vietnam, he's been in and out of prison, moving from town to town, going wherever the wind takes him. He can't stay in one place too long - every full moon he kills someone.Marlowe Higgins is a werewolf.

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Type Fiction
Genre Horror
Publisher Saint Martin's Press
Release Date 12.06.2008
Author Nicholas Pekearo
Title The Wolfman
EAN 9780765320261
ISBN 0765320266


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