Jan Mirocek used to be a hunter. A very special hunter. Once, he had hunted the things that haunt the forests of the night in every culture of the world. The kallikantzari of Greece. The loup-garou of France. The kitsune of Japan.
Until one night, Jan made a mistake, and the woman he loved died.
Now he shuns the dark and his own past, hiding in a big city. For the were-beasts never come here.
Or do they?
People are dying in Toronto, and all signs point to a shifter. But can Jan conquer his own fears to track down the killer? And what kind of shape shifter would be at home in a modern city?
Note: includes an afterword by the author and excerpts from many of his other stories
"A creature-hunter tale that kept me guessing until the very last paragraphs. I was on edge throughout the whole story!" ?Melissa Minners, Global Pop Culture reviews