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An ancient evil has been summoned....

John Decker left Wolf Haven, Louisiana, to escape the memories of his troubled past, believing he would never return. But after 20 years working for a big city police department, he suddenly finds himself back in Wolf Haven, taking the reigns as the town's sheriff. Expecting to spend his time dealing with the trivialities of small town life, the occasional drunk, cats stuck in trees, and domestic altercations, he instead finds a vicious killer picking off the residents one by one. Scrambling to find answers before anyone else dies, Decker stumbles across an age-old superstition, a terrifying creature conjured from the depths of hell to seek revenge.

©2015 Anthony M. Strong (P)2016 Anthony M. Strong

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Excellent story

Read the book and thoroughly enjoyed it. I was curious to try the audible book. Very pleased. "Saw" the swamp, felt the breath of the Beast, tension built beautifully. I really liked the book either way.

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Ehh.

Not enough meat in the story. For a supposed horror story, the uncomfortable to read lustful thoughts and actions of underage teens take up just as much of the story as the gruesome creature. I feel like this is a male answer to all that sexy werewolf, women’s romance novels. Not a lot of Fleshing the scene out in details. I really didn’t find it gory either as others had described, which I feel was again due to the Lack of detail. Reads like one of the less popular sci-fi channel’s B movies. Didn’t really care about anyone except the sheriff and maybe the Bartender. If you’re bored and can’t find anything else then this will do to pass the time. It did have a few suspenseful moments. The narrator was decent, and his attempt at accents gave me a giggle.