The Werewolf Book : The Encyclopedia of Shape-Shifting Beings
by Brad Steiger, Franklin Ruehl
The title sums it up. Covers pretty much everything having to do with werewolves, and a lot of things that donít. Still, despite the wealth of irrelevant information, itís pretty good.
Poorly thrown together, not much information, lot of irrelevant stuff. But at least it covers a cool subject.
The first werewolf book I ever read. Directed primarily at middle-readers, itís a pretty good starting place.
A long-standing source for werewolf information.
An anthology of Isaac Asimovís shortstories, all revolving around werewolves.
Stephen King writes about werewolves. What else do you need to know?
You can just tell by the title.
A unique, detailed and well researched work covering vampire shamanism and wolf cults in Europe.
A good collection of short stories.
A nice weird piece of werewolf fiction.
A great werewolf novel. Out of print, maybe you can find a used one.
A well-researched book on our favorite topic.
The important texts of werewolf legend.
A psychological look at lycanthropy.
A collection of werewolf stories.
Where the movie Company of Wolves came from.
A different look at shapeshifters.
A man documents his transition into lycanthropy.