It's been three years since the bloody and gruesome battle in the remote wilderness near Misty Hollow. A battle Matt believed ended the harrowing threat against the peaceful residents of Misty Hollow. Since then, they have learned to maintain a peaceful co-existence with the wargs. Meanwhile, sinister forces have been working to resurrect a program to create the ultimate transgenic human-animal hybrid, bringing possible new threats to the valley's residents.
Matthew Kershaw, a professor and cryptozoologist, is intrigued when he gets a call from an old college friend upset about an attack on a forest ranger in an Idaho valley. A pack of exceptionally large wolves with strange features mauled the ranger, but someone like Kershaw needs to get to the bottom of it. Canceling his plans for the summer, he heads to the scene. The idea of discovering a new species of wolf excites Kershaw.
"From the first paragraph I was hooked."
The game of life, like every game, is played within the framework of certain rules, and any violation of those rules carries a penalty. You and I are playing this game from morning to night, and should therefore learn its rules in order to play it well.
Randy, a "love them and leave them" type of guy, is surprised when his brother's fiancée is a no-show for the wedding. Being in law enforcement, he starts an investigation into her disappearance. Linda, an FBI agent, enters the picture when reports of someone matching the victim's description is seen trying to flee a vehicle. Randy has never wanted to settle down, but has he finally met his match?
In the second novel of the Wargs Trilogy, we find Dr. Matthew Kershaw and the residents of Misty Hollow engaged in a desperate fight for survival. While Matt struggles to assemble a team to deal with the rising threat posed by the human-warg hybrids, Dr. Bertram is racing to develop a cure for the transgenic virus. Unknown to Matt and the others, the threat against them is much more ominous than anyone can imagine. Behind the warg threat is a sinister plot by a rogue colonel and his band of human-warg hybrids.
Archangel, 2nd Empire Media's fan favorite conspiracy author, takes an unbiased and often times unflinching look at a growing wealth of evidence that seems to point to an alternate origin story for the human species. He examines the current theories and explanations presented by modern-day mainstream science and religion, and he offers an alternative interpretation that many in places of power would rather not discuss as he poses the question "What if God were an alien?"