In Sheep's Clothing

Narrated by: Henry Schrader
Length: 9 hrs and 59 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
4.5 out of 5 stars (15 ratings)

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Something deadly is stalking and killing the residents one by one in a small town. Is it man, beast or both?

No one knows for sure.

But one thing is certain, time is running out as the body count and carnage rises before the next blood moon comes, and something more deadlier awakens and takes it's place.

©2018 Lee J. Minter (P)2020 Lee J. Minter

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Read by the Moonlight! Carnal rage at its best!

In a quiet small town in South Dakota not, much has ever happened to shock its residents but the mysterious death of one of its own a local kid named Randy Culbertson. But one of the town’s residents is about to discover that it's more to his death then meets the eye. A mysterious stranger arrives, is he somehow link to his death? The body count goes up as the town’s sheriff expects a serial killer is on the loose, others a mad animal that has a blood lust. Somehow Minter brings all this mayhem together in a well-crafted story to deliver a pretty interesting read that amps up the carnage as the story develops. And although the book could have used some nips and tucks, it was still overall a damn good read! Whoever said werewolves were supposed to be pretty anyway.

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Apex Predators

Not just blood and guts but actually frightening, not just funny but clever, In Sheep's Clothing, is a good read and entertaining story. Werewolves in this book are the apex predators, and Minter gleefully lets you know it.

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Good Story!

I loved this werewolf story and thought that it was well written and had a good plot. And although the narrator did a decent job on the read, most audiobooks, no matter how good the narrator is, they can only do so much if the storyline sucked and this one I am happy to say, did not! And kept me engrossed, from start to finish and was worth every dollar.

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The Alpha Dog!!!

What Minter? You must have upset some competitors out there with this new thriller that you have released because I found this werewolf story to be one of the most unique and different ones out there that weren’t just part of the pack. But an Alpha dog to follow. The plot was intense and kept my attention and the characters were diverse and three dimensional. The narrator read the story with an invested interest and kept it going at an “I cannot wait to see what happen next pace.” In Sheep’s Clothing is one of those cautionary werewolf tales that grabs your attention and never let go and has me anticipating a sequel to this story.

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Just another werewolf story?

Honestly, maybe another werewolf tale, I can't be sure because I didn't listen through Chapter 3. Same old carnage different prey. It was difficult to judge the performance, nice voice but odd inflections. That was either because he hadn't read the book so didn't know what was appropriate where or because the writing was so bad there just wasn't any good way to read it. I've had to suffer through some story lines that a little patience ultimately resolved. The one thing patience will never fix, is bad writing.

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Claws Not Paws!!!

To say this story has bite (Pun Intended) is an understatement. I read the book and wanted to hear the audiobook version of it. Glad to say, I was not disappointed! It was like a new story to me with the fresh way the narrator delivered the story and immersed himself into the characters. This audiobook not only met up to its hype but delivered an interesting and compelling story at the same time. Minter made a good choice in his narrator and an even better one in his choice of the story he wanted delivered to his fans. My prediction is this author is on his way to making a name for himself, and it's just a matter of time before it becomes a household one. Claws Not Paws! For this one.

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Good Audiobook

My book club decided to read this book and I was struggling to get into reading again. The story is good, but I hadn't read in a bit. I decided to get the audiobook to help me get through it and it really helped. Cool story that is quite creepy with lots of twists and turns. narrator sounded good

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A Horror Gem

A thoroughly engaging and thrilling read that kept me glued to my seat. It was actually like listening to a movie, which made the experience extra special. I enjoyed the colorful characters and the plot, especially the brazen character Luna Dye, top of the food chain, baby. I hope that there is a sequel in the works, and I see big things in the future for this author if he keeps putting out stories like this. My overall and shorter rating for this book if you’ve read this far, Lol would be, Good story, Great listen, Fantastic read, = Five-Star rating for this horror gem.

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Great book! Great to listen to.

I loved the story and the narrator told the story well and was fun to listen to. His various character accents was right on point and made the characters come to life off the pages of the book. I never expected a horror novel could be so much fun. Minter has made a new fan out of me.

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GREAT READ!! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!! 5 *****

Never a disappointment!
This author knows how to keep you on the edge of your seat and turning pages. Be prepared to lose yourself in “In Sheep’s Clothing”.