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Publisher's Summary

The first victim lived just long enough to describe his attack. First came a deep growling, then a sudden thrust for his throat. He died... convinced he'd been attacked by a werewolf.

The grisly murders of Rochester's huge film manufacturing complex puzzled Chief of Detectives Tom McCabe. A werewolf prowling the corridors of the huge facility... attacking middle-management-level employees? Preposterous. But just to be on the safe side, he'd called in Ryerson H. Biergarten, the well-known parapsychologist. If Rye could deal with ghosts, he could catch a werewolf!

©1985 T. M. Wright (P)2011 David N. Wilson

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What made the experience of listening to The Changing the most enjoyable?

The book was kind of interesting but skipped around alot and didn't always make a lot of sense

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

It left you hanging so you have to read the next book, which doesn't seem to be on Audible right now.

Which character – as performed by Andrew Randall – was your favorite?

none of them stood out

If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

can't think of anything

Any additional comments?

ok book I would not recommend it, though I will read the next one if available because I would like to see where it goes

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from upstate ny, a nice change.

already started the next in series. not overly complicated, good listen. i got a free copy of this book