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Wolfwraith [NOOK Book]

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All wolves are predators, but not all predators are wolves . . . Why is someone-or something-killing campers in remote False Cape Park?

Autopsies reveal their throats have been torn out by a large canine. Locals recall a colonial-times ...
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Overview

All wolves are predators, but not all predators are wolves . . . Why is someone-or something-killing campers in remote False Cape Park?

Autopsies reveal their throats have been torn out by a large canine. Locals recall a colonial-times legend of the "wolfwraith."

New ranger, Shadow Fletcher, a one-handed Native American, feels ancient evil as he finds body after body, while park authorities try to cover everything up.

He becomes the main suspect, which dredges up old secrets, yet he finds romance in the midst of an F.B.I. investigation.

Finally a clue: the hair of a long-dead wolf clutched in the fingers of his murdered best friend.

Shadow battles a raging hurricane to confront the Wolfwraith, save his new love, and solve the mystery of the cover-up.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781615723454
  • Publisher: Eternal Press/Damnation Books LLC
  • Publication date: 3/1/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 804 KB

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  • Posted August 15, 2011

    A great weekend read!

    While I'm totally in love with all things werewolf, I'm not sure how I feel about a wolfwraith but the read was entertaining, fast, and the ending was not a disappointment. While I found our hero, Shadow, somewhat bumbling and whiny at times, I find him very delightful in that he has enough machismo to find him a "man's man" and believeable as a "hero." I don't think the author developed our FBI heroine as well as he could have but all in all, I liked her too. Guessing who was behind the evil in the park kept me turning page after page and I would like to have it have been someone more unlikely and even more evil but the read was entertaining and I finished the book in a weekend. I would easily and gladly pick up another book by J. Bushore but would hope for better character development.

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