Menagerie - A Wildclown Novel

Menagerie - A Wildclown Novel

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by G. Wells Taylor
     
 

WILDCLOWN'S CLIENT is a federal agent with evidence that can bring down the corrupt government he serves. All the detective has to do is hide him from a gang of relentless hit men who are racing from all over to compete for the prize.
Wildclown takes him to an isolated cabin on a lake but he didn't figure beautiful blondes, circus treasure or a zombie lobster

Overview

WILDCLOWN'S CLIENT is a federal agent with evidence that can bring down the corrupt government he serves. All the detective has to do is hide him from a gang of relentless hit men who are racing from all over to compete for the prize.
Wildclown takes him to an isolated cabin on a lake but he didn't figure beautiful blondes, circus treasure or a zombie lobster boy into the plan.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000788646
Publisher:
G. Wells Taylor
Publication date:
11/21/2009
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
316 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

G. Wells Taylor is currently promoting his Dracula of the Apes trilogy and preparing The Night Once More - a Wildclown Novel for a December 10, 2015 release. He is also writing a new Variant Effect installment due to launch in 2016. Taylor lives in Canada and would like to thank his readers in advance.

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Menagerie - A Wildclown Novel 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
kalilives More than 1 year ago
Tommy Wildclown is an amazing character and this book as well as all the others are just wonderful! The world in which the story exists is well thought out and well written! Super Super book!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nothing will ruin a good read like bad editing. It's distracting and annoying. Elmo drives a Chrysler not a Chevy. One can only "muzzle a smile" once in a paragraph. There are a few formatting issues but those are not so irritating. On the positive side, I very much enjoy the concept of a noir apocalypse detective more than I could have imagined.
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