With having to leave the commission for a year while things cool off politically, Mark finds that the church has loaned him out to the FBI, who have been trying for years now to get an experienced monster and demon expert in their newest division, to help train and educate the agents there on just what they will be facing. Finding out that Mark actually is one of those very monsters has made them want him even more - not just for what he can bring to the table but because they do need to check off that newest minority checkbox, even if no one knows they exist.
Mark doesn't mind the new assignment; being closer to home means it will be easier to visit with family, and the agents all seem nice enough. Plus the FBI has a bigger budget and gets a lot nicer toys than Mark is used to. However, while Mark knows how to deal with devils, demons, and even the nastier monsters out there, he doesn't know anything about how to deal with a sociopath werewolf who has gone full psycho and started to murder coeds.
That's more of a human problem, after all.
©2016 John Van Stry (P)2016 John Van Stry / Gregg Savage
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I enjoyed this story line and the author is gifted with an interesting twist. I would rank this at the top of the style of fiction.
Yes I hope that Mr Stry will continue on this story,
The development of the characters a big part of the interest in the adventure and the witty chat keeps you interested
Mr Tisdale is a master at his craft and I look forward to more of his works
Hopefully this group will have another story with just as great as this is was.
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