IN THE DARKNESS OF WAR THEY HUNT. Acclaimed renegade creator Donchatz turns his attention to pure horror in this new take on the classic Werewolf tale. Filled with the same domineering character studies and philosophical dissonance that has become a hallmark of his work, Donchatz flexes his muscles in this blend of historical horror that successfully merges elements of gothic horror, grindhouse and adventure fiction to bring an intensity often lost in modern day horror writing. No slim, smooth chested boys pretending to be monsters here, just pure, old school monster mayhem with the same relentless pace that has reviewers calling Donchatz an author walking the line between genius and madness. There just may be a bit of both in this macabre tale where the darkness of the world is only broken by the deeper shadows hiding within us all. As the seemingly unstoppable Nazi war machine rampages across Europe, forgotten American Agent Augustus Rourke wages a one man shadow campaign against the German Army in occupied Paris. But as Hitler turns his gaze East, an ancient evil rises up from the fog of myth and legend with a purpose far more horrifying than merely controlling Europe. Rourke soon finds himself drawn into an age old conflict with the very fate of the human race at stake. A lone soldier in a desperate, secret war against the terror of the true WOLVES OF THE LAND. Reminiscent of ground breaking, genre creating World War Two alternate horror novels such as Robert McCammon's The Wolf's Hour and F. Paul Wilson's The Keep, Wolves of the Land is a welcome addition to any true Werewolf horror library.