The Wolf's Moon by Patrick Jones

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Mark Lansdowne, whose friendly exterior masks a history of covert missions and lethal violence, is still recovering from the death of his beloved wife one year prior. The outside world intrudes into his grief in a bloody fashion with a string of horrific attacks on locals. The body count spirals; the apparent culprit is an animal allegedly extinct for thousands of years. Lansdowne relentlessly tracks the creature, inadvertently becoming engaged in a life-or-death battle. Victorious but wounded, Lansdowne ends up in the hospital – while outside, evidence implies that the animal Lansdowne killed was not the only one of its kind.

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About the Author:Patrick Jones was born and raised in St. Louis, Mo. He has taught himself paleoanthropology, archaeology and woodworking. When their children graduated from school, the couple moved to rural Missouri, where they now reside with their four dogs. When not writing, Jones enjoys hunting, fishing and spending time with his five grandchildren.
Published January 11, 2012 by Patrick Jones. 409 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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It's all too easy to let the ghosts you see consume you--but the very things that haunt you can often keep you alive and fighting, as the mysterious widower Mark Lansdowne discovers in Jones' debut novel.

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