The Luck O' the Werewolf

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ISBN: 978-0-8059-9556-5
The Luck O' the Werewolf
by Bill Dunbar Many ethnic cultures have migrated to the Los Angeles area, but until now there was one group shrouded in secrecy. A lusty clutch of leprechauns, trolls, ogres, and vampires that had become tired of the lousy weather and prevailing skepticism in Europe moved into the wilds of the San Gabriel Mountains, completely evading the INS. Shaky and Boris, two intemperate werewolves, get caught up in a wild interaction with this ethnic group while on a harrowing search for leprechaun gold. Will they survive with the loot and sojourn to the Hills of the Howling Moon and the passionate embrace of two lady werewolves? ABOUT THE AUTHOR Bill Dunbar majored in art in high school and graduated at the top of his class, but at the bottom of the Great Depression, in 1934. With gainful employment in art seeming rather elusive, he embarked on a career in engineering after graduating from the University of Washington in aeronautical engineering in 1940. Since his retirement, Bill has drifted back into art and literature. He is an accomplished sculptor and has written six books, five of which are copiously illustrated with his drawings in black pen and colored pencil. (2004, paperback, 144 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.