About The Book
Joe Bovshover had chosen the park. He knew that this full moon he’d become wolf. He knew the deer in the park would make easy prey. The deer lived simply and were soft, there was no wildness to these city animals, but there was in Joe...
It’s now 1980, and Joe, the skinhead werewolf, once again stalks London. Lights in the night, burning red and white; amidst aggro, proper shmatta, and mod witches.
Tim Wells brings us another short, sharp instalment of his pulp skinhead-punk-horror series.
'Bleed[s] 1970s New English Library youth pulp into Pan Horror anthology gore, against the backdrop of a vividly realised nascent north London punk scene' Stewart Lee
'You can feel the sticky floors of the gigs and the sweaty menace is tangible as you read Tim Wells’s swaggering prose. This is no rose-tinted amble down memory lane. The landscape of his world is a London that was swallowed whole by the eighties. For a book so full of life, there’s a lot of death in it as well' Phill Jupitus
'Razor-sharp... Wells is steeped in authenticity' Cathi Unsworth
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