THE WEREWOLF by A.L. Salmon

A carefully telegraphed horror, yet miraculously unrestrained in that very horror for a man and his ‘faithful’ dog lost within a darkened forest and reaching a crazily pre-expected cottage of shelter, a maiden. if not red riding hood herself (?), as sole inhabitant of this cottage and she insists, if he is given shelter, he must tie up his dog. A story of ‘abuse of his position’ in sexual desire, as tellingly, in effect, a self-released dog fights dog. As self fights self within us?

“‘Where I am he must be also,’ he answered simply.”

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My ALS reviews: https://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/2022/11/08/the-ferry-of-souls-a-l-salmon/

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