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Publisher's Summary

Set in 1450 Paris, this thrilling supernatural suspense novel follows the harrowing journey of an Italian merchant and the beautiful widow of a French duke as they battle wolves and the Inquisition.
From Wall Street Journal best-selling author Michael Wallace, The Wolves of Paris has been hailed for its superb plot and gripping, pause-resisting action scenes.
©2013, 2014 Michael Wallace (P)2014 Michael Wallace
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4 out of 5 stars
By Susan on 10-01-14

Good Ole' fashion Werewolf Story

I loved this story. The story was set in Paris around the year of 1450.
There were no sexy werewolves trying to climb into bed with any humans to seduce them.

These werewolves are of the Devil, and this story runs true to how people believed in the 1450's. They are evil and have human cunning. Actually, kinda like the Catholic Church and it's clergy of that time. Which actually makes for a great story, as the normal lay person is caught in a world of how to be clever enough to defeat the werewolves, without having the church condemn you as a Witch, or Satan worshiper.

So, yes we have all read the old stories of the werewolf, but again this was a great story, and I truly enjoyed my listen.

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7 of 7 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By med c on 11-30-14

The wolves of Paris

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Even if you are not a fan of wolves and monsters, which I am not, this is a must audiobook The Wolves of Paris is not a typical werewolf versus hero tale. It is written with class, and giving life to colorful characters with true to life emotions, behavior, situations and traditions. The narrator added to the different emotions.

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