From the critically acclaimed thriller writer, Jason Starr, comes The Craving -
the compulsive supernatural sequel to The Pack.
Once you're part of the pack, there's no getting out . . .
Mild-mannered stay-at-home dad Simon Burns has undergone a life changing transformation
- after being indoctrinated into the pack, he has become a werewolf. Fearing that the
truth would end his marriage, Simon has told his wife Alison that he is suffering from a
psychological condition called lycanthropic disorder, in which a person thinks he
is a werewolf. For the moment, his secret remains safe.
But NYPD homicide detective Geri Rodriguez has not forgotten about the mysterious wolf-
like murders that remain unsolved,and when she hears that one of the witnesses, Diane
Coles, was brutally murdered outside her parents' home in Michigan, she resumes her
investigation. She's focused on a group of dads - Michael, Charlie, Ramon, and Simon --
who had a connection to the unsolved murders.
Simon had been trying to stay away from the pack, but he has been tipped off by
Michael's father that there may be a cure hidden somewhere in the Brooklyn brewery where
Michael lives. He wants to find the cure, and to see that Geri doesn't become another
mystery death - but his own life and the lives of his wife and son may be in jeopardy.
If you like hair-raising thrillers with a supernatural twist, then you'll love Jason
Starr's The Craving.
Praise for Jason Starr:
'Jason Starr is hypnotically good - if you miss him, you're missing some of the best
new writing there is' Lee Child
'Jason Starr's got a hip style and an ear for crackling dialogue . . . with characters
so real we feel we know them' Jeffery Deaver
'Manhattan receives a lustrous varnish of black, black humour in this sly urban fantasy
thriller' Publishers Weekly
Jason Starr was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He is the award-winning author
of a number of acclaimed crime novels which have been international bestsellers. He now
lives in Manhattan. His first novel in this series, The Pack, is also published by
Penguin. Find out more on his website.