‘Duncan is the cleverest literary horror merchant since Bram Stoker’ The Times
Monster. Murderer. Mother-to-be.
After the death of her lover Jake, Talulla Demetriou finds herself to be the last living werewolf. Pregnant, grieving and on the run, she flees to an Alaskan hunting lodge to have her child in secret and keep the bloodline alive. It looks as if the worst is over. Until the door bursts open - and she discovers that the worst has only just begun …
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GLEN DUNCAN was born in Bolton in 1965 and studied philosophy and literature at Lancaster University. His first novel, Hope, was published in 1997, and has been followed by seven further novels: Love Remains; I, Lucifer, shortlisted for the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize; Weathercock; Death of an Ordinary Man; The Bloodstone Papers; and A Day and A Night and A Day. Talulla Rising is the second book in The Last Werewolf trilogy which begins with The Last Werewolf and concludes with By Blood We Live. Duncan lives in London.