Thor by Wayne Smith
A Novel

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Taking his role as the protector of his human family, whom he calls ""the Pack,"" German shepherd Thor finds his loyalties tested when the Pack's Uncle Ted--a werewolf--arrives for a visit.

About Wayne Smith

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WAYNE SMITH is the founder of Process/Time Management, a consulting management firm active in the development and application of cycle time techniques. Mr. Smith previously worked at DuPont, serving in the full range of plant management assignments as Manufacturing Manager for the Industrial Films Division, and ended his DuPont career as Corporate Manager of Continu-ous Flow Manufacturing. He is a frequent guest speaker at industrial conferences, including the American Society for Quality Control, the Association for Manufacturing Excellence (AME), and the Institute of Industrial Engineers. About the NAM The National Association of Manufacturers is the nation's largest broad-based industrial trade association. Its more than 14,000 member companies and subsidiaries, including more than 10,000 small manufacturers, are located in every state and produce roughly 85 percent of U.S. manufactured goods. Through its member companies and affiliated associations, the NAM represents every industrial sector, 185,000 businesses, and more than 18 million employees. The NAM is headquartered in Washington, D.C., and has regional offices across the country. For more information on the NAM, call David W. Walker, Assistant Vice President, Marketing and Member Services, at (202) 637-3186.
Published February 12, 2011 by St Martins Pr. 256 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Comics & Graphic Novels. Fiction

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Thor's well-balanced world turns upside down when the ever-more hangdog Uncle Ted comes to live with Thor's family and Thor decides he has to protect the family from Uncle Ted no matter how crazy it seems.

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Ted's clothes smell like a predatory animal, and he acts, in Thor's opinion, in the evasive, guilty manner of a Bad Dog.

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