Wolfsbane and Mistletoe

Wolfsbane and Mistletoe

Book - 2008 | 1st ed.
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Edited by Charlaine Harris and Toni L. P. Kelner, this hair-raising holiday collection includes fifteen original tales--including an original Sookie Stackhouse story.

The holidays can bring out the beast in anyone--particularly lycanthropes. Charlaine Harris and Toni L. P. Kelner have harvested the scariest, funniest, saddest werewolf tales by an outstanding pack of authors including Patricia Briggs, Keri Arthur, Karen Chance, Simon R. Green, and more...

Whether wolfing down a holiday feast (use your imagination) or craving some hair of the dog on New Year's morning, the werewolves in these frighteningly original stories will surprise, delight, amuse, and scare the pants off readers who love a little wolfsbane with their mistletoe.
Publisher: New York : Ace Books, 2008.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780441016334
Branch Call Number: WOLFS
Characteristics: [ix], 340 p. ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Harris, Charlaine
Kelner, Toni L. P.


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Aug 17, 2017

A few of the stories are wonderful, most are contrived, and some just awful. Honestly, I didn't get past the first page of a few (like the one where a were killed Rudolph on Christmas eve). This compilation is, however, a nice filler while you wait for the next book by Charlene Harris or Patricia Briggs.

Jul 06, 2012

A fun read with stories from some favourite authors, and a couple of new ones that I was introduced to which left me thinking I'd like to read more of their work. Worth it.


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Jan 01, 2012

"I want a bark that will put the fear of God into anyone stupid enough to break in," she said. "And a bite that will send anyone stupid enough to ignore the bark straight to Hell." He rested his chin between his thumb and forefinger, and pondered her request for a moment. "I have this really vicious dachshund that might fit the bill," he said. She stared at him in disbelief. "No. seriously, I've been trying to get rid of the little bastard for years," he continued, his nose crinkling for an instant. "An attack dachshund," she said, starting to laugh. "Well, pretty much an ankle biter," he conceded. "But let him get a running start, and that baby will take out a decent chunk of thigh."---Sam & Mona(Fresh Meat)

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