Thomas McNulty's Werewolves is a great read -- a fun and nostalgic prowling and howling through the moonlit forests of Lycanthropia. It's a love-letter to the genre, and more than that, a tribute, an affection homage to Lon Chaney (Jr), a VERY under-rated and under appreciated actor who is never given credit for some of his non-horror roles. I mean, Chaney's iconic performance as Lenny in the original film version of Of Mice and Men is one of the great and shining moments in films, a tour-de-force that still holds up today -- truly powerful. And I've also come away with a whole new appreciation of actor, writer, director Jacinto Molina, aka Paul Naschy. If you've never heard of him, Google him. He is an important player in Spanish film history.
I just started in on his epic biography, The Life and Career of Errol Flynn.