Wolf Tracks by David Case
Trade Paperback – Valancourt – 186 pages
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”.