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  • By Michael Brown
    Sep 26, 2017
    Here is the second (of 8) Gees novel by Jack Mann (pseudonym of Charles Henry Cannell (1882-1947), better known as E. Charles Vivian). Gees (Gregory George Gordon Green), is a former policeman who has gone into business on his own as a detective, looking into anything from "Mumps to Murder". After the first book, he deals with more occult cases in this one (and most of the rest). In Grey Shapes, Gees is asked to investigate a case of dogs killing sheep up in the Cumberland. The police can not figure out what is doing the killing. And the owner is starting to think there may be a supernatural cause. Gees is on the case, and soon learns the cause: werewolves. These are no movie werewolves. They don’t change at the full moon, but transform when they want to at night, and have control of themselves to a degree (i.e., they are not just mindless killers when in wolf form). But have some of their wolf characteristics when human. But they aren’t humans, but more fairy folk, and... More > could be hundreds if not thousands of years old. And silver isn’t needed to kill them. Gees puts an end to them. Then heads home. But he does meet a girl he talks a fancy to. Does anything come of this in future works? I somehow doubt it.< Less
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Product Details

Edition
First Ramble House Edition
Publisher
Fender Tucker
Published
September 19, 2006
Language
English
Pages
246
Binding
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
Weight
0.94 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
Product ID
482560
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