Werewolves: Dead Man's Hand [NOOK Book]

Overview

Frank Mellencourt is a werewolf by choice and a member of the Spokane pack by happenstance. He isn't happy, though. The pack Alpha grates on him, the Beta is worse, and he's having problems at home.

Tobias James and Tam Franklin, members of the Gladstone pack, have a mission if they choose to accept it: take over the Spokane pack by any means necessary.

Frank doesn't like them, either.

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Werewolves: Dead Man's Hand

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Overview

Frank Mellencourt is a werewolf by choice and a member of the Spokane pack by happenstance. He isn't happy, though. The pack Alpha grates on him, the Beta is worse, and he's having problems at home.

Tobias James and Tam Franklin, members of the Gladstone pack, have a mission if they choose to accept it: take over the Spokane pack by any means necessary.

Frank doesn't like them, either.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044585362
  • Publisher: Angela Beegle
  • Publication date: 6/9/2013
  • Series: Werewolves of Washington , #7
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 327,408
  • File size: 144 KB

Meet the Author

Angela lives in the Pacific Northwest, where (according to her coffee cup) the average temperature in July is 65F, and the average in January is 40F. She feels this very comfortable range, plus the distinct lack of poisonous snakes, spiders, fire ants, Africanized bees, hurricanes, tornadoes and droughts, more than makes up for the lack of sunlight nine months out of the year. She and her husband (who doesn't care about werewolves in the least) have been married since 1992, and have four delightful homeschooled children, a shelter-rescue dog, and three urban chickens. Her birthday is at Christmas time. What she really likes for her birthday is fuzzy sweaters. J/K.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2013

    A very good story and a good prequel

    If you've been reading this series all along, then this story fills in a few missing pieces about some of the characters. If you haven't started yet, you could read this book first, or after you've read book #3; then it will make mores sense. Either way, if you enjoy werewolf stories, you'll rea;lly enjoy this boo and all of the books in this series. the author is a wonderful story teller and I look forward to every book she's written. you will not be disappointed.

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