Animal Behavior and Other Tales of Lycanthropy: A Chilling Collection of Werewolf Horror
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by Keith Gouveia
Description: Animal Behavior and Other Tales of Lycanthropy Delivers Eleven Startling Tales of Werewolf Terror!
An excommunicated priest who hides a dark secret, one not even the dead will be able to keep.
The grisly death of a high profile doctor leads to an investigation into one man's psyche, and poses the question if he is a man at all.
A lone wolf whose only wish is to be a mother, but how far will she go?
After losing his beloved daughter, a man hunts the beast responsible, but soon realizes things aren't always black and white, and dark choices must be made.
For some, prom night is a chance to shine amongst peers, even get lucky, but for Steve Figura it's a chance to put an old myth to the test and exact some vengeance in the process.
Born a werewolf, Murphy Crane is about to discover there is something far deadlier stalking the streets of Homestead, Florida, than the beast scratching under his skin, yearning to be free.
A man searches for his missing brother, but finds a centuries-old curse instead.
Marcus's time in boot camp is coming to an end and in order to make the cut he'll need to find that animal instinct within, one primed for war.
When a young man takes his girlfriend to a nearby cabin for some alone time, they find a woman caged like an animal. Two's company. You know the rest.
Nicky and Jonah are just a couple of best pals looking to score the best Halloween costumes money can't buy. The price: one's life.
When Victor Bianchi's goons catch up to Jesse Barnes, he finds a kindred spirit in an unlikely place.
The moon is full. The beast is restless. Are you brave enough to answer the call?
eBook Publisher: Coscom Entertainment, 2010 2010
eBookwise Release Date: March 2010
7 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [328 KB]
Reading time: 189-265 min.
"For the reader hungering for a change, Keith Gouveia offers an irresistible buffet of werewolf stories. Succulent and satisfying, fans of lycanthropes won't be able to resist digging their teeth into these tales." - Lorne Dixon, author of Snarl and The Lifeless
Crouched behind one of the few intact tombstones of Jefferson County's cemetery, Adam Corne followed the movement of his prey. It stopped and looked toward the crescent moon. He had learned the hard way which legends were true, and the cycle of the moon had no bearing on the wolf. With the creature in his sights, he fired. The bullet penetrated its hide, but slightly off target. It howled in pain and collapsed to the ground.
Gotta be fast, he thought. Can't believe I missed the heart. A mistake like that could cost me my life
He reloaded his shotgun as he ran toward the fallen beast. From this distance he saw the transformation was reversing, but the werewolf was still alive. An oversight he aimed to rectify.
By the time he reached his prey it was in its human disguise. The bullet hole in the center of her cleavage was no longer bleeding, the healing flesh pushing the silver bullet out of the wound.
My first female. I'd think her beautiful if I didn't know she was a monster. No ... snap out of it. She's already healing.
"You're making a mistake." The woman coughed blood onto her bare breasts.
She's stalling. He aimed his double-barrel shotgun at her heart. "The only mistake I made was not adjusting for the wind." He pulled the trigger, leaving a crater in her chest.
The moonlight refracted off the mushroomed backside of the silver bullet wedged in her heart. He pulled two more silver bullets out of his pocket, reloaded and waited for a moment with unblinking eyes.
It's done. He looked around. Not the strangest place I've found your kind in.
Since the loss of his daughter, Adam had hunted the supernatural beasts. There was nowhere he wasn't willing to travel. From the dilapidated church in New Mexico and the abandoned coalmine in Texas to this Wisconsin cemetery, no place was safe for the creatures.
They'll all pay.