Cycle of the Werewolf - Chapter 6, June Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, June Summary

Alfie Knopfler is in his empty restaurant, the Chat 'n Chew, polishing the counters of the town's only café. The warm, moonlit summer night reminds him of the night he lost his virginity in the back seat of his car. There are no customers because this is the night of the full moon and the people of Tarker's Mills are now afraid of the werewolf, but Alfie knows his customers will return in the morning. He is considering closing the café early, getting some beer and going to the drive-in movie when the door opens and a customer comes in.

The customer is someone he knows - someone everyone in town knows - although the person typically only comes into the restaurant in the morning.

Alfie thinks that the customer looks ill, and as he turns to get a cup of...

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