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Beneath The Morvan Moon
by Courtney Lynn Mroch Writers Exchange E-Publishing

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 1876962887

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

The past becomes the present in this fun read, with lots of atmosphere and weird background characters to match. Something different than the ordinary werewolf tale by a talented author with an original twist of the imagination. The murder of a young man in 1919 who was called a werewolf becomes the focus of Gretchen Lauterbach's visit to Brevard, France, located in the Morvan Mountains where tales of dark beings flourish, especially that of the werewolf. This visit is at her grandmother's request, the purpose to rejoin the head to the body of the murdered man. And Zachary Tate's purpose for visiting Brevard is to deliver a very special coat to a collector of artifacts with a dark past. Much to his dismay, he begins to doubt whether he should have agreed to this particular sale. The cross purposes and jealousies of the charactes in this tale will keep you reading as things begin to happen and superstitions feed upon the bleak atmosphere of the Morvan Mountains. Do werewolves exist? Only the werewolves know for sure and they aren't talking, but if they do, is one wandering the streets of Brevard after dark? Recommended reading for the lover of mystery or light horror. A tale that will have you making sure those windows are latched tight before you go to bed. Enjoy. I did.

 

 
 

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