Nightwalkers

Nightwalkers

by P. T. Deutermann
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(Last time I wrote full moon; I meant half-moon. XD) Owlfeather let out a strangled gasp. "Rosedapple..?" He whispered, staring at his mother. She looked so beautiful, her dappled fur shimmering with every movement, seeming like she was made from the very stars in the sky. She gazed at him with warm, amber eyes. He felt an overwhelming relief to see somebody he knew and loved, he rushed over and pushed his muzzle into her shoulder. He felt her tounge rasp over his head. She smelled of fresh, clean forest. Finally he pulled away. "What are you doing here? Is this a message from Starclan?" Rosedapple nodded. "Listen, Owlfeather," she mewed, her voice urgent now. "You're going to wake up soon. When you do, you have to tell Blizzardstar that something dark is coming. Stand with the prophecy, and look out for the cat who can lie in their sleep and have a cold glint in their eye." While Owlfeather listened, his ears slowly went back. "Okay.." he started. "What does that mean? So the 'dark thing' is a cat? Doesn't seem all that bad. That gave me nothing more than I have, Rosedapple. Just give me one clear sentence!" He staggered back as Rosedapple rushed forward and cuffed him sharply on the ear. "Listen." She hissed. "That cat is only the beggining, the beggining of a force that will gather, destroying your entire clan, one by one, if they have to. All because of two pebbles that don't belong, blocking the river flow." She was silent for a moment, her eyes softening to an almost sad look. "Be careful, my sweet kit." She murmured, giving his ears a quick lick. Then she stepped back and began to fade. "Wair-don't go yet! Please! I have no family in the clan, and, just for this time, let me- Rosedapple!" He had buried his face into her shoulder again, but her fur just grew paler, her crisp scent disappearing. Finally she was gone altogether, and Owlfeather lurched forward from the sudden disappearance of the thing he was leaning on. His heart heavy, with little to no information, just more worry, Owlfeather flung his eyes open. He was staring at a blank, gray wall, sparkling blue water next to him. He solemnly got up, wincing at his sore body from laying on the cold stone all night. He looked at the water, and gently ran his paw through it. He watched the ripples spread outward. "Wha-?" He leaned in closer, seeing something in those ripples. It was the two kits. And they loooked familiar. "Could they be the two pebbles that don't belong?" He thought out loud. "But-they're so sweet.." With a frustrated sigh, Owlfeather padded out of the cave, wincing in the sudden light. He plodded home, back to Scorchclan.
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SpinnakerJack More than 1 year ago
Books by P.T. Deutermann are always an automatic buy for me. They offer uniformly chilling suspense, believable characters and, even when offbeat, the plots are very credible. The latest continues the evolution of a serial character, Cam Richter. In this story, we encounter some truly bizarre behavior from the evil-doers, but despite that stretch, the story makes its own sense. My one regret: having to wait for the next offering. Make a friend of Cam Richter. You'll be glad that you did.
johnn More than 1 year ago
Great read for dogs lovers and others. Cam Richter is one of the most notable characters in fiction today.
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PT Deutermann is one of my favorite authors. His books are interesting and well written.They do not follow a "cookie-cutter" pattern. You never know where his story lines will lead.
The-Duke More than 1 year ago
Mr. Deutermann's favorite retired lawman, Cam Richter has moved to the country to escape the rat race in town where it seems everyone is trying to kill him. Yet he has apparently brought the rats with him as the attacks on his life keep happening. Caught between the mysteries of an old Confederate Train Robbery, a really strange family next door that are living in the Civil War, an old Confederate Major that rides the hills on horseback at night looking to see what the Yankees are up to, a pretty young librarian who just happens to be an ex-cop, and a house full of ghosts...Cam has his hands full trying to decide just what is real and what isn't. Oh, a lost will, mad Dobermans, and assorted booby traps don't help a bit. But with Frick, Frack, Kitty, and the boys from Hide And Seek Investigations Cam gives it all his best shot in a very interesting read.