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Book Title: The Wolves of Paris|
The author of the book: Daniel P. Mannix
Edition: Dutton Books
The size of the: 37.12 MB
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Date of issue: January 1st 1978
ISBN 13: 9780525235873
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It was the winter of 1439. No human dared enter or leave the besieged city of Paris. Not because of war. Not because of the bitter cold. But because of a wild horde of wolves led by a gigantic, legendary man-eater.
Driven by starvation, emboldened by the taste of human corpses acquired from the never-ending wars of men, the wolves of Paris answered the rallying cry of the courageous dogwolf Cortaud, who'd been branded a werewolf and captured with the help of a trained leopard - only to escape and terrorize the countryside.
Across a frozen, war-blighted landscape the noble wolf and his faithful mate Silver led the ravenous pack into the city itself, spreading fear and death, and challenging the most powerful hunter of all, Bosselier, whose trap was destined to end the life of the killer-wolf . . . or his own.
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Read information about the authorDaniel Pratt Mannix IV was best known as an American author and journalist. His life was remarkably different from other writers of his generation. His career included times as a side show performer, magician, trainer of eagles and film maker.
The Grest Zadma was a stage name Mannix used as a magician. He also entertained as a sword swallower and fire eater in a traveling carnival sideshow. Magazine articles about these experiences, co-written with his wife, became very popular in 1944 and 1945.
As an author Mannix covered a wide variety of subject matter. His more than 25 books ranged from fictional animal stories for children, the natural history of animals, and adventurous accounts about hunting big game to sensational adult non-fiction topics such as a biography of the occultist Aleister Crowley, sympathetic accounts of carnival performers and sideshow freaks, and works describing, among other things, the Hellfire Club, the Atlantic slave trade, the history of torture, and the Roman games. His output of essays and articles was extensive.
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