From Stephen Hunt's Crows Nest:
Steven E. Wedel has a passion and his is the cry of a wolf, a cry unlike any other wolf. A call to the hunt, an inclination to run, a desire stronger than love or hate...The wildness of werewolves.
This anthology brings together his short stories that follow the double-lives of his werewolf characters. It crosses time frames by starting on a Pilgrim Fathers ship entering the New World. The finding of the Native Americans, the independence of America from the British, right up to present day.
As the introduction by Kelley Armstrong quite rightly states we have in recent years become 'vampire obsessed' leaving our lycanthropic friends out in the cold. Wedel writes believable stories that are effective with their imagery. He uses recurring characters to tell an ongoing story of how the werewolves survive and deal with living amongst their human counterparts.
...we have in recent years become 'vampire obsessed' leaving our lycanthropic friends out in the cold.
And rightly so. For those who feel werewolves are neglected, September is Werewolf Month at The Groovy Age of Horror