Lupine Howl: The Complete First Series – All 8 Books

From Amazon:

From the writer of Dark Season, the entire first series of Lupine Howl books is now available in one volume. Total word count is over 180,000 words.

After encountering a werewolf named Duncan, Jess finds herself drawn into an epic battle between two species. Along the way, she encounters some truly hideous and bizarre creatures, including the haunting Flesh Weavers, the vicious Loom People, the mysterious Wormwood, the hideous Golvs, and a flesh-sucking little boy who rules a circus of fear.

Arriving in London, penniless and alone, Jess finds herself forced to live on the streets. She soon encounters Duncan, a mysterious man who seems to be caught up with some very dangerous people. Duncan is a werewolf, forced to scavenge on the streets of the city and unable to break free from his master, a vicious, cruel man named Thomas Lumic.

But there’s a war coming. Humanity is no longer prepared to tolerate the existence of the werewolves. When Duncan is captured, Jess has to travel deep beneath London to a subterranean city known as the Underworld, where she must find a way to free Duncan from Thomas Lumic. Then she and Duncan must head north, to Scotland, where the last werewolves face a final battle against a human army that is determined to wipe them out.

Available from Amazon (US) and Amazon (UK). Word count: approximately 180,000 words.


2 responses to “Lupine Howl: The Complete First Series – All 8 Books

  1. Hi I was just seeing whether you are doing a second series of Lupine Howl and of so when will it be out????
    P.S I love all of your books!!!!


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