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by Kirk Alberts,Steven E. Wedel

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  • ISBN 1933274026
  • ISBN13 978-1933274027
  • Language English
  • Author Kirk Alberts,Steven E. Wedel
  • Publisher Scrybe Press (April 30, 2008)
  • Pages 112
  • Formats doc txt docx lit
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Genre Fiction
  • Size ePub 1404 kb
  • Size Fb2 1714 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 131

Fact: In 1917, Katherine Cross was murdered. Her gravestone in Konawa, OK bears the epitaph "Murdered By Human Wolves." This is her story. Acclaimed werewolf saga author Steven E. Wedel touches again the universe he portrayed in his first novel Shara. Murdered by Human wolves is that rare mix of fact and fiction that brings out an incredible story. Teamed up with the fictional account in this exclusive volume is Steven's essay "On the Trail of Werewolves: An Interview with Mary Franklin, Paranormal Researcher" which details the findings of her researches in the Konawa cemetery where Katherine Cross is buried.

About Steven E. Wedel: Born and raised an Okie, Wedel typically sets his stories somewhere in Oklahoma's diverse landscape. Discover new books on Goodreads. See if your friends have read any of Steven E. Wedel's books.

About Steven E.

Steven E. Wedel’s most popular book is Murdered by Human Wolves. Shara (The Werewolf Saga, by. Steven E. Wedel (Goodreads Author). Wedel is a life-long Oklahoman best known for The Werewolf Saga books: Murdered by Human Wolves, Shara, Ulrik, Nadia's Children and Call to the Hunt. His other books include Darkscapes, Amara's Prayer, and Two Oklahoma Ghost Stories

Steven E. His other books include Darkscapes, Amara's Prayer, and Two Oklahoma Ghost Stories. Steve has worked as retail clerk, grocery bagger, machinist, bookseller, print journalist, corporate writer, and public relations specialist.

Murdered by Human Wolves. Book 1. Wedel. This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, and incidents are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or events is entirely coincidental. You’re a good kid. The above dedication was written in 2004. Wedel is a life-long Oklahoman best known for The Werewolf Saga books: Murdered by Human Wolves . Wedel is a life-long Oklahoman best known for The Werewolf Saga books: Murdered by Human Wolves, Shara, Ulrik, Nadia’s Children and Call to the Hunt. His other books include Darkscapes, Amara’s Prayer, and Two Oklahoma Ghost Stories. Wedel has taken it upon himself to resurrect an often overlooked area of the genre, werewolves - and he's doing quite a job of it! With his upcoming "Murdered by Human Wolves" he rounds off his werewolf collection with a story based on facts.

Book 3. Any resemblance to real people, living or dead, is purely coincidental or used fictitiously. Murdered by Human Wolves. No part of this work may be reproduced in whole or part without the express written permission of the author. ISBN-13: 978-0615803180. also by steven e.

Fact: In 1917, Katherine Cross was murdered. Her gravestone in Konawa, OK bears the epitaph Murdered By Human Wolves.

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Forey
Excellent book, enjoyed reading it.
Lianeni
Excellent book series. I would definitely recommend to others.
Xirmiu
Best of the best
Thetalen
Steven E. Wedel has taken it upon himself to resurrect an often overlooked area of the genre, werewolves - and he's doing quite a job of it! With his upcoming "Murdered by Human Wolves" he rounds off his werewolf collection with a story based on facts.

Based on fact brings a new level to any story, the 'what if' factor. First, how much of this is real? Could be real? The 'facts' in this story add more by making you curious of the epitaphs in your own graveyards... what do they really mean?

"Murdered by Human Wolves" is an amazing tale that introduces you to the innocence and curiosity of youth, the dangers around them, and leaves you thinking. Monsters DO exist. Besides those of folklore, legend, and fiction - we meet and greet them every day and unbeknownst to us, they carry on. This story offers several 'monsters' - you decide who the real monsters are!

Fast paced with wonderful characters, Wedel gives us another piece of his vision with style and atmosphere. This one is definately worth getting, and remember it includes a very interesting interview/investigation into Katherine Cross' life and death. The book will be available as an e-book and in print, near the end of January 2004. Wedel will be signing 25 copies of the book for use in contests, promotions, etc. Watch the HorrorWeb for more information...

Rating? Definately a five.
Grarana
I stumbled across this book (well, pamphlet really) in a used book store. It had an interesting title and good cover art so I gave it a try. I'm really glad I did.

It is a well written, fast paced story about an incident that happened in Oklahoma in 1917 and based on a tombstone inscription that said "Murdered by Human Wolves". It works backwards from that inscription to tell a very original werewolf tale. It creates an original take on both werewolf society and the humans who hunt them.

And, the interview with Mary Franklin (Paranormal Researcher) at the end is also a pretty chilling tale. It could probably grow into its own full length story someday.

All in all, a fun little read that I highly recommend.
MEGA FREEDY
Well, I've never been much on believing in werewolves. However, after reading this story, I admit that I have to question it. I would like to hear more from the families. Have they ever been interviewed? This is a great book, I would definitely read it again. The only thing I wasn't happy with is how it ended. Would have liked to of had more detail about what happened between Thomas and the Dr. Did he really do as he said he planned to do? I will definitely read about this again if more is written on this story.
Rrinel
I'd like to start off that I would have given this book four stars but felt that the page count affected how the flow of the story is told. This book is great in setting the tone and the feel of where the story takes place, but just skims a little bit too on the details of the characters. In the end I think there could have been sections of this book that could have been filled out a little bit more, some parts felt rushed and instead of focusing on some of the conflicts. All in all its a well written book don't get me wrong it offers a nice take on mythology and offers fresh interesting writing. Will the rest of the saga fill out some of my issues? I hope so.
I wished this was a bit longer but it's an awesome read! Especially for its history!