What are the best non-romance werewolf books ?

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    #1The Bloody Chamber: And Other Stories

    The Bloody Chamber: And Other Stories

    This book is a collection of revisited classics such as 'The Red Riding Hood', but with a dark and creepy environment. These stories are held in an enormous gothic mansion, full of dungeons, halls and hidden passages. 

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    Randy Pearson
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "All the famous wolf-themed stories are here, including Little Red Riding Hood, Bluebeard, Puss-in-Boots, etc. The author Angela Carter has created a wonderful collection of dark and sexually explicit stories. "
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    #2Moon Called (Mercy Thompson)

    Moon Called (Mercy Thompson)
    Raised embracing her shapeshifter nature, Mercy Thompson had always lived with her fellow werewolves family. Everything changed when she got kicked out the community due to a forbidden love affair, so she started running a mechanic shop. One day, she meets a teenage werewolf, something that will get her in many troubles with the family that abandoned her. 
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    Judy Burke
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "Looks like a good storyline."
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    #3Those Across the River

    Those Across the River

    Those Across the River is a standalone historical fiction novel written by Christopher Buehlman which centers on married couple Frank Nichols and his wife Eudora who have arrived in the town of Whitbrow in Georgia. 

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    Julie Day
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "A coming of age romance. A couple that will have you engrossed in what they do in the story"
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    #4The Werewolf of Paris

    The Werewolf of Paris

    The Werewolf of Paris is a historical horror novel written set in 19th Century France by Guy Endore. The Werewolf of Paris was published on August 1, 2004 by Blackmask.com. 

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    Megan Harvey
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "The Werewolf of Paris is the best non-romance werewolf books"
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    #5Moon Dance

    Moon Dance
    Moon Dance is a historical horror novel set in the late 1800s written by S.P. Somtow. Moon Dance was published on April 15, 1991 by Tor Books. It was first published in 1989.
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    Julia Stewart
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "Good story to read!"
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    #6Fool Moon (The Dresden Files)

    Fool Moon (The Dresden Files)
    Fool Moon is an urban fantasy mystery fiction written by Jim Butcher. It is the second book in The Dresden Files series and first published in 2001 by Roc.
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    Kyle Sullivan
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "This is the second book in this series and this book blows the first right out of the water. Smartly written, funny, and with great characters. I can’t wait to see where this author takes this series next. Great plot that will have you on the edge of your seat seat. Hard to put down! Highly recommended!"
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    #7The Howling

    The Howling

    The Howling is a bestselling horror novel by Gary Brandner. First published in 1977, it is the first book in the trilogy of the same name. It tells the story of a small town that is being haunted by werewolves.

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    Wayne Richards
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "It was nice to finally read a story where the werewolf was actually something to be feared and not some teenage girl's love fantasy. The Howling kept me hooked the entire time. The fear and suspense rose steadily until the book's climax. I think any horror fan would enjoy this book. "
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    #8The Wolf's Hour (Michael Gallatin)

    The Wolf's Hour (Michael Gallatin)

    The Wolf's Hour is a horror fantasy fiction and the first book in Michael Gallatin series written by Robert McCammon. This historical thriller novel is first published in 1989 by Pocket Books. 

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    Gerald Simmons
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "This was a very interesting and absorbing read. A thrilling werewolf tale in a war setting. Loved it!"
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    #9The Fifth Elephant (Discworld)

    The Fifth Elephant (Discworld)

    The Fifth Elephant is a book by Terry Pratchett that tells the story of Sam Vimes. His life will drastically change from a rich duke to someone who's running from people who are following him and his life is at stake.

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    Jean Hart
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "This is an awesome novel which is part of the Discworld series. Where is that fifth elephant? Why does it matter? Read this to find out! I really love this book and the whole series!"
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    #10Wagner the Werewolf

    Wagner the Werewolf
    Wagner the Werewolf is a fantasy novel by George W.M. Reynolds. It tells the story of the titular character, Fernand Wagner, as he becomes afflicted with the curse of becoming a werewolf in exchange for youth, beauty, and wealth.
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    Kyle Gardner
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "A fabulous Gothic novel that deserves far more recognition than it has received. Not only is there a werewolf, but Faust and Christian Rosencreutz, founder of the Rosicrucians, makes an appearance. This book is a significant document in the history of Gothic fiction and provides a bridge from the Rosicrucian novel and the Gothic origins to later works like Dracula. If I ever update my book The Gothic Wanderer, I will include a chapter on it."

Summary

Best What are the best non-romance werewolf books
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1The Bloody Chamber: And Other StoriesBooks 44 Paid
2Moon Called (Mercy Thompson)Books 30 Paid
3Those Across the RiverBooks 26 Paid
4The Werewolf of ParisBooks 23 Paid
5Moon DanceBooks 21 Paid
6Fool Moon (The Dresden Files)Books 14 Paid
7The HowlingBooks 9 Paid
8The Wolf's Hour (Michael Gallatin)Books 5 Paid
9The Fifth Elephant (Discworld)Books 1 Paid
10Wagner the WerewolfBooks 0 Paid
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