Perfected by nature. Twisted by science. A miracle cure gone very, very wrong.
The complete Helix Trilogy, a tense science-fiction thriller series about Ishmael, businessman, agent of the Wyrd Council … and a shapeshifter.
Book 1: Blight of Exiles -- An abandoned forest resort should have been paradise for a creature like Ishmael. Isolated from civilization, so far removed from human eyes, Ishmael could have reveled in his true nature without threat of discovery. In this unholy quarantine, Ishmael is just another mouth to feed. And he’s no longer the apex predator.
Book 2: Plague of Ghouls -- Because of his crimes, his breach of quarantine, and his new and worrisome symptoms, Ishmael and his rescued Pack are pariahs among werewolves, loathed, and under constant suspicion. And yet, when bodies turn up in small-town Ontario, the Wyrd Council splits up Ishmael’s Pack and sends him to investigate. He’s hurried away from the safety and isolation of Varco Lake, and thrust into an anxious, tightly-knit community full of surveillance cameras, cell phones, and bad memories.
Book 3: Scourge of Bones -- Ishmael's few allies have taken shelter in a bunker in Halifax, waiting for him to recover, waiting for him to choose a course of direction. Half a continent away, a panic-stricken town is under military-enforced quarantine, and the situation is about to become violent, and viral. When the Pack decides to bring the fight to Jay and his Bone Tribe, they're halted by a new player in the game.
What people are saying about the Helix Trilogy:
“I'm amazed by the way Flewwelling keeps multiple balls in the air, effortlessly juggling shapeshifters, politics, science gone wrong, mysteries, and characters you can't help but like even if you suspect you shouldn't.” – Tanya Huff, author of the Henry Fitzroy Blood Books & the Confederation of Valour series
“The twist and turns quickly multiply keeping the reader on the edge of their seat in a roller-coaster ride that moves swiftly and smoothly to a fiery climax that begs for a sequel.” – Wendy, GoodReads reviewer