Black and red can make for a book jacket with impact. Sisters Red by Jackson Pearce (Little, Brown 2010) is another in a growing field of werewolf novels. What I see here is the power of sticking with good design over the present day practice of stock photo manipulation.
You might not immediately notice the wolf face here, because the white shapes draw your eye first. Which one would you pick up? This one? Or this one?
Sisters Red: After a Fenris, or werewolf, killed their grandmother and almost killed them, sisters Scarlett and Rosie March devote themselves to hunting and killing the beasts that prey on teenaged girls, learning how to lure them with red cloaks and occasionally using the help of their old friend, Silas, the woodsman’s son. Ages 12+. Reviews: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.