|"Three Men and a Werewolf"|
|First Appearance||Some Time Later: Fantastic Voyages in Alternate Worlds|
|Editor||A.J. Sikes, B.J. Sikes, and Dover Whitecliff|
|Publication date||June 1, 2017|
|Preceded by||"Three Men and a Vampire"|
"Three Men and a Werewolf" is a short work by Harry Turtledove, first published in the, Some Time Later: Fantastic Voyages in Alternate Worlds, by A.J. Sikes, B.J. Sikes, and Dover Whitecliff ( 2017). It is a companion piece to "Three Men and a Vampire", published in the same volume.
Like its prequel, "Three Men and a Werewolf" is a pastiche of Jerome K. Jerome's 1889 work, Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog). However, while "Three Men and a Vampire" references Victorian era works, and incorporates Abraham Van Helsing as a character, "Three Men and a Werewolf" primarily references the song "Werewolves of London", composed by LeRoy Marinell, Waddy Wachtel, and Warren Zevon, and performed by Zevon.
Roughly a year after the incidents of "Three Men and a Vampire", J., George, and Harris have lunch in Lee Ho Fook's restaurant in Limehouse. They observe another customer, identified as "Mr. Warren". Later that night, the three save a woman from a werewolf, who turns out to be "Mr. Warren".