This new horror book is a darn good read. It was recommended by a friend, and she wasn't wrong... If you were a werewolf and a cop, and somebody started killing off your friends and leaving you messages, what would you do? What would you do if the messages made it obvious the killer knew your secret? Nick Lupo is that cop, and he can't figure out who hates him and why. At least not at first. But then-- wait, I don't want to ruin it. There's a kind of musical theme that runs through the book, too, almost a soundtrack that probably makes perfect sense to fans of progressive rock from the 70s. It's a nice element to add! The author switches points of view alot, presenting all the main characters until you feel you can understand why they got to be the way they are. The action is quick and gory, but it all fits. Gagliani shows a lot of promise as a novelist; out of the recent batch of werewolf books, this is one of the best. Give it a try and you might want to check out Harry Shannon and Cheri Scotch, too. They're dealing with werewolves, but in different ways. Looks like the wolf is back!