I will admit that I am one who clings to an author when I am amused. I ran across Tom Holt, and have been reading his books as I find them. This installment had me curious, given that he had apparently just wound down a series [which is now revived in You Don't Have To Be Evil To Work Here. I am suspicious that this novel may be another tack into the supernatural business world, just from the point of view of attorneys.
As always, I do enjoy his twists on the supernatural, and the book kept moving for the most part. Was it as side clutching as the first time I read Flying Dutchman? Well, no, but then Holt was a brand new commodity on my bookshelf. This was a solid addition, though perhaps not a starter. If you are looking for a track into the Holt universe, I would start with the fist of the JW Wells novels with Paul - the Portable Door, I believe - because you have the luxury of learning about this supernatural business world along with Paul, the main character.
If you're already hip deep in, like I am, then I suspect you'll enjoy this book. You get his take on werewolves [thus the title] and vampires, and it's not entirely the classic models - par for the HoltCourse.