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The Werewolves of Miller's Hollow

• A game that conquered every generation: a book for all ages!
• By best-selling and multi award-winning authors
• Promotion opportunities with the game distributor in each country

Paul Beorn, Silène Edgar
The Werewolves of Miller's Hollow
Type
Licences
Word count
60000
All rights available

The official novel of the worldwide bestselling mystery game

In the village of Millers Hollow, the summer of 1846 is coming to an end and all seems well. But one night, Lune and her friends hear the mysterious call of the Red Moon and they follow a black wolf to an abandoned trunk, where they find wolf masks and a strange poem that speaks of revenge.
 
Something awakens in them and the teenagers swear they will fight injustice by punishing the villagers who wronged them. Millers Hollow is thrown into a state of panic. At night, Lune puts on her disguise and gives free rein to her wild nature, while in daytime her best friend Lapsa investigates these incidents which strangely remind her of the mystery surrounding her father’s death years before...
Millions of copies sold. A game for 6 players at least. Countless potential readers!
 
This murder mystery game was a precursor in 2001 when it was firts released. With millions of players and aficionados around the world, it has become an emblematic game of the XXIst century.
 
 
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• A game that conquered every generation: a book for all ages!
• By best-selling and multi award-winning authors
• Promotion opportunities with the game distributor in each country

About the author

Paul Beorn
Paul Beorn grew up listening to his parents read Tolkien and Roald Dahl to his elder siblings. At the age of five he vowed to become a writer himself – ideally a good one – of stories that make people laugh and cry. He has become a multi-award-winning author (he’s won the Prix Imaginales...
Silène Edgar
La Rochelle, Paris, Tahiti: Silène Edgar has knocked around all over the map. These days, she leads the life of a middle-school French teacher, a book reviewer, and a writer with several novels already to her name