Category Archive: Classical Canidae

Apr 08

Wolf on the Fold

Summary: Three years after the events of Wolf at the Door and the short story “Marking Territory”, Johanna Brion and Agatha Westreich are still seeking out the last remaining disciples of Simon Lehner. Their search brings them to the town of Ayrs, where a council has come up with a potential way to bring peace …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://underdogs.geonncannon.com/wolf-fold/

Apr 08

Marking Territory

Summary: (set after Wolf at the Door) Johanna Brion and Agatha Westreich are pursued by hunters and canidae alike as they search for remnants of Simon’s group. They stop in a small town peopled by criminals to wait out a rainstorm and meet a potential new ally in their cause.

Permanent link to this article: http://underdogs.geonncannon.com/marking-territory/

Apr 08

Mate for Life

Summary: Years after the war between humans and canidae, and after years of traveling eastern Europe in pursuit of monsters, Johanna Brion and Agatha Westreich have finally settled down to a quiet, normal life. Author’s note: This may be the final Johanna and Agatha story chronologically. There is still a chance I could go back and …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://underdogs.geonncannon.com/mate-life/

Feb 27

By the Frost of a Northern Night

1140. Summary: Werewolves are being flushed out of England by the hundreds due to wolf manoth, and many of them have found refuge in Scotland. The local wolves find their resources running low due to the recent flood, so Sidheag of Pack Hadley accepts a contract on the life of Lady Arietta, Marquise of Innes. Sidheag …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://underdogs.geonncannon.com/frost-northern-night/

Oct 15

Wet Dog Blues

Summary: Lily Kimbrough has a truckload of Canadian hooch to get to Prohibition-era Seattle, but that’s not the real reason she’s aching to get home. Author’s Note: I’ve written extensively about modern-day canidae (Ari and the British pack in Barking Mad), and I’ve written about long-ago wolves with Agatha Westreich, and I’ve always wanted to write stories …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://underdogs.geonncannon.com/wet-dog-blues/