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At rustic Wagon Wheel Lodge, a vicious killer has struck, but while the police seek a man, the real predator is a werewolf. Jack Wolff has feasted upon the flesh of women for decades. Jack is a smooth, handsome charmer living off inherited money, moving from one hunting ground to another as he takes victim after victim.

At the lodge, his prey is a lovely, underage teenage girl with abusive parents. Jack plays the savior, while he has something far darker in mind.... Will the lecherous wolf strike again with his usual impunity? Or is an unknown adversary waiting in the darkness?

Hosted by Malcolm McDowell and commissioned by Fangoria - America’s #1 source for horror - this original short story is fully dramatized to thrill and chill you!

©2012 Carl Amari (P)2012 AudioGo

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  • Darryl
  • 05 05 2015

Entertaining Werewolf story

A well produced radio play with effects etc. Not great literature but along the lines of a Twilight Zone episode. Author tries a little too hard in a couple of points but though you may see the end coming it is entertaining for a short diversion.

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  • EnsignWinky
  • 24 10 2016

Fast and fun

Cleverly written and well produced. Entertaining and absorbing. Just what I was looking for.

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  • Christina
  • 10 05 2012

Pretty good for a short story.

Would you listen to Wolf again? Why?

Yes. It was good and didn't take up a lot of time.

What other book might you compare Wolf to and why?

I don't know

Which scene was your favorite?

The ending

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?