Fans of grimdark tales, "Hemlock Grove" or "The Strain" will want to sink their teeth into this thought-provoking thriller in werewolf's clothing.
Tulenar Japanese Internment Camp, 1942
In the wake of Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, no one believes a greater evil stalks Japanese nationals and their American born children than what they are already suffering.
Forced from their homes along the West Coast of the U.S. and Canada, placed into internment camps for the duration of the war, no one believes a werewolf is behind the grisly deaths plaguing the residents of the camp. Not Capt. Max Pierce, nor politico Doris Tebbe. Only Navajo healer David Alma Curar believes. And he has his own reasons for following the beast's bloody trail to Tulenar.
"K.L. Nappier will be one of those authors where readers eagerly await to purchase her next book. I rate this as Highly Recommended." ~ Lea Schizas, the Muse Book Reveiws
About the Author
Fast-paced action and smart, stylish writing are the hallmarks of K.L. Nappier's speculative thrillers, mysteries and dark fiction. Some call her style eclectic, some call it cross-over. Moving between genres may keep her books out of the mainstream, but once you've discovered her, you'll understand what thousands of readers already know and why critics think she is one of the best authors writing independent fiction.
Since her emergence on the online scene, Kathy’s readership has grown exponentially. Her work has taken prizes and honors in the Dream Realm Awards, the Draco Awards, the EPPIES, the Kay Snow Awards and the New Century Awards among others.
Her novels have been reviewed by the Gothic Journal as “stunning” and “fresh” with suspense that “is razor sharp.” The Eternal Night Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Website calls her work “totally addictive.” Tampa Book Buzz says she “pulls you in from the first sentence” and DredTales.com calls her a “stand out in the world of independent fiction.”
For more information about K.L. Nappier's novels and books, visit Kathy’s website at www.klnappier.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
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Full Wolf Moon is set in the early 1940s and takes place in and around an internment camp where Japanese Americans were being brought at the start of WWII. This story has mystery, paranormal suspense, and a little romance woven in. Through it all, there is the underlying feel of history and what the time was like for both the people forced into the camps and those running them. Despite some editing issues, this was a well-written, fast-paced story that kept me involved to the end. I enjoyed the mixture of historical fiction with the paranormal.
Suspense and beyond! Full of twists and turns. This is not your usual werewolf story. It is set in a Japanese Internment Camp in 1942. Captain Maxwell Pierce,who commands the camp, hears the news of a werewolf. But believes it is nothing more than a large timber wolf. Only David Almar Curar, a Navajo healer, believes in the evil. He has tracked the bloody trail directly to the walls of this camp. If you love suspense & excitement....this is a must read!