By Matthew Cash
The Horrifying Prequel to FUR
In the closing months of the Second World War Lieberman will investigate anything if there is a possibility of it aiding his country’s successful victory over Europe, even the supernatural.
Deep within the heart of the Black Forest there lives a family with a dark secret, after generations of living reclusive it is about to be exposed by the worst kind of people.
Aging scientist Victor Krauss can not believe what they have found. For fear of retribution against him and his wife it is up to him to discover their secret biology, and find out whether it can be replicated, and how it works, whatever the costs.
WERWOLF is the horrifying prequel to Matthew Cash’s masterpiece FUR. Cash takes us back to WWII, back to where it began, and masterfully tells the tragic and horrific origin story only briefly mentioned in FUR.
Cash’s trademark style of excellent characterization and mesmerizing storytelling is shines through in this dark tale. Like FUR, while not technically extreme horror, WERWOLF does contain extreme content. Heart-wrenching, stomach-clenching extreme content. Read FUR, then read where it all began in WERWOLF.
About the Author: Matthew Cash
Matthew Cash, or Matty-Bob Cash as he is known to most,was born and raised in in Suffolk; which is the setting for his full length novel Pinprick. He has always written stories since he first learnt to write and most, although not all, tend to slip into the many layered murky depths of the Horror genre. His influences ranged from when he first started reading to Present day are, to name but a small select few; Roald Dahl, James Herbert, Clive Barker, Stephen King, Stephen Laws, and more recently he enjoys and has what he refers to as a ‘major book-on’ for Adam Nevill, F.R Tallis, Michael Bray, William Meikle and Iain Rob Wright (who featured Matty-Bob in his famous A-Z of Horror title M is For Matty-Bob, plus Matthew wrote his own version of events which was included as a bonus).
He is a father of two and a husband of one, he’d happily have more but he doesn’t think his wife would be too happy.