The Prey

Adult
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In a remote castle in 18th century Austria, a mysterious stranger, known only by the single name 'Luther', corrupts the baron and his son, Morivania. The baron succumbs, forfeiting his life. Morivania, breaking free of the stranger's spell, vows revenge.
But Luther is a formidable enemy, the leader of a pack of werewolves with unnatural strength.

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Words: 146,020
Language: English
ISBN: 9780986708701
About Robert Smith

Publications

Novels:

The Kramer Project, Doubleday Canada, 1975.
The Fox Trap, Fawcett, 1978.
The Prey, Fawcett, 1977.
(paperback available at Amazon.com )
The Toymaker, Fawcett, 1984.
(paperback available Amazon.com)
The Keeper, Fawcett, 1986.
Deadly Admirer, Fawcett, 1987.
The Leopard, Fawcett, 1988.
Vampire Notes, Fawcett, 1990.
(paperback available at Amazon.com)
Silent Witness, Fawcett, 1991.
(paperback available at Amazon.com)
Fate, NovelBooks, Inc.,October 15, 2001, Fictionwise.

Books for Children

Ponty and the Storm Machine
Ponty Saves the Hippopotamuses
Ponty and the Lost Trucks

Internet Serials

The Ducks of Doom, humorous fantasy
available at: smashwords.com
Ponty and the Lost City of Atlantis, and Ponty's Quest for Camelot, humorous fantasies for children available at memoware.com

How I Got Here

I was born in Kidderminster, England, before the steam engines went away. I moved to Calgary when airliners still had propellers, and grew taller there.

Later, I acquired an assortment of degrees in English Literature at Queen's University, though I still haven't figured out what to do with them.

In Toronto, I researched computerized information systems, long before Bill Gates invented the Blue Screen of Death. I wrote my first three novels while serving as Editor of Educational Digest, and when this proved viable, I ran away from my editor's cubicle.

Now I spend most of my time drawing comics.

So here I am, still in Toronto, with my wife and son, a cat, various computers, tea pots, and a coffee maker. I work in the utility room, near the laundry monsters and the litter box.

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Reviews

Review by: David Owens on Oct. 16, 2011 : (no rating)
Great book. This is truly a gem. Very well written, great story. Just a great overall experience!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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