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The Man from London reveals how Russian émigré Michael Gallatin was first recruited by the British Secret Service to use his unique skills against the Nazis - for Gallatin is a werewolf.

©2011 The McCammon Corporation (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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THE PAST IS A DIFFERENT COUNTRY

HER GLOBES WERE ABSOLUTELY HUGE, NORTH OF HER EQUATOR
This story is really more of a chapter or a preview of the series involving a Russian werewolf, hired and trained by the British. While I could not give this story five stars, the preview of the third book in the series, caught my interest. Sounds like a James Bond type character. I like McCammon, so I might give this series a shot.

HE HAD TO WAIT FOR HIS ENGLISH COMPOSURE
Simon Prebble is excellent for this story and I hope he does the series.

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