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Wolf Tracks (1980)
A killer stalks the city's streets . . .
Only a crazed beast could have committed the grisly murders that are terrorizing the city of Toronto. The victims are usually young women, their bodies found mangled as though torn apart by the fangs of a rabid animal. Yet witnesses swear they have seen the hulking figure of a man nearby.
But everyone knows there's no such thing as a werewolf . . .
First published in 1980, Wolf Tracks is a page-turning horror thriller by David Case (1937-2018), a master of the werewolf tale whom Washington Post critic Michael Dirda named "one of the half-dozen finest living practitioners of the horror story". Two volumes of Case's short fiction and his Egyptian-themed horror novel The Third Grave (1981) are also available from Valancourt.
"Let us hear more of David Case . . . The field needs more from the author of 'The Hunter', a modern classic worthy to stand beside 'The Most Dangerous Game'." - Ramsey Campbell
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David Case was born in upstate New York in 1937. Since the early 1960s he has lived in London, as well as spending time in Greece and Spain. His acclaimed collection The Cell: Three Tales of Horror appeared in 1969, and it was followed by the novels Fengriffen: A Chilling Tale, Wolf Tracks and The Third Grave. His other collections include Brotherly Love and Other Tales of Trust and Knowledge, Pelican Cay & Other Disquieting Tales, and an omnibus volume in the Masters of the Weird Tale series from Centipede Press. A regular contributor to the legendary Pan Book of Horror Stories during the early 1970s, his powerful zombie novella “Pelican Cay” in Dark Terrors 5 was nominated for a World Fantasy Award in 2001.