Night of the Werewolf
- Disambiguation: for the 1980 Spanish horror film retitled this during a DVD release, see El Retorno del Hombre Lobo.
|Night of the Werewolf|
|Author||Franklin W. Dixon|
|Genre||Mystery fiction, Detective fiction|
|Publisher||Wanderer Books, Grosset & Dunlap|
|Media type||Print (Paperback)|
|Pages||181 pp (first edition paperback)|
|ISBN||ISBN 0-448-43696-5 (first edition paperback)|
|Preceded by||The Sting of the Scorpion|
|Followed by||Mystery of the Samurai Sword|
When a ferocious, wolf-life creature appears in the small town of Bayport, the Hardy boys are engaged to clear the name of a young man who has a history of werewolves in his family.
The original 1979 Wanderer text (and the 2005 Grosset & Dunlap printings) have the Native American servant named Pocahontas. For the Minstrel books from 1987-1996 the character's name was changed to Elizabeth.
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