Wagner, the Wehr-Wolf.pdf
Fernand Wagner's deal with the devil buys wealth and youth ― at the price of monthly transformations into a ravening beast. The first important fictional treatment of the werewolf theme in English literature, this Victorian thriller traces Wagner's blood-soaked trail through 16th-century Italy in a gothic feast of murder, intrigue, and diabolical doings. Includes 24 illustrations.
British author and journalist George W. M. Reynolds (1814–79) was a highly regarded figure of the Victorian era. In addition to his popular books, he was a prominent political leader of the Chartist movement and a crusader for social and economic justice.