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Barnabas befriends lovely Paula Jennings right after her marriage to strange, mysterious Christopher Jennings. He feels protective towards the lovely heiress because he suspects Christopher is the werewolf who has been ravaging the countryside. When Christopher is joined by Melissa Henry (the reincarnation of the evil Angelique), Barnabas is certain Paula is in terrible danger. 

Barnabas knows he can defeat the evil werewolf. But will his powers be stronger than those of the beautiful and deadly Angelique?

©1969 Marilyn Ross (P)2019 Paperback Classics

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I thought this was pretty good and thought it was a good storyline. I even thought that it was one of the better books since starting with number 1 and then I jumped to 6 because Bzrnabas was in it. So book number six to this book got better and better, and we were at an extremely exciting part and you can't figure how it will work out and without giving the end away it was so bad it's hard not to TELL! Seriously. The end takes place, er, off screen so to speak. We're just told, "This happened." The end. I felt very cheated. Aside from the end it was good but so disappointing. I loved these books as a kid and while some of the dialog is kind of cheesy I am so glad they've released them to audio (and paperback). The narration is terrific.