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Shepherd (Bones Saga - Book II) Mark Wheaton

Shepherd (Bones Saga - Book II)

Mark Wheaton

Published October 7th 2010
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Kindle Edition
118 pages
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Bones is BACK as everyones favorite, barely heroic, pastry-sniffing cadaver dog returns. Retrieved from the Ohiopyle woods, former Pittsburgh Police Dog Bones is sent to the devastated ruins of Los Angeles after a magnitude 10.2 earthquake shattersMoreBones is BACK as everyones favorite, barely heroic, pastry-sniffing cadaver dog returns. Retrieved from the Ohiopyle woods, former Pittsburgh Police Dog Bones is sent to the devastated ruins of Los Angeles after a magnitude 10.2 earthquake shatters the city and kills millions. While aiding a recovery team tasked with locating survivors and uncovering the dead, Bones and his handlers discover that the quake was only the first disaster and a far greater threat to mankind has emerged from beneath the rubble...The Saga contiues in Book III: Alpha.Praise for Four Nails in the Coffin:Remarkably character-driven...Wheaton rather convincingly showcases his talents as a writer of horror prose, taking his time to craft characters who are thoroughly fleshed out and engaging without holding off too long on the suspense...proves here to be a quite gifted storyteller undeniably worthy of an interested readers time and attention. - Michael Compton, FangoriaGenuinely twisted and engrossing...may just leave you shaken for days. - Jessa Sobczuk, Rue Morgue [referring to Sunday Billy Sunday]This is muscular, original fiction that marks the debut of an exciting new voice in the speculative/dark fantasy genre. - Michael Rowe, editor of the Queer Fear anthology series and co-author of Triptych of TerrorHis tales are visceral, intellectual, and often grisly, but Wheaton never forgets that touch of humanity and wry humor which allow true horror to cut that much deeper to the bone. - Ken Plume, author, Theres a Zombie In My TreehouseWheatons writing is haunting. Days, weeks, even months later, you will find your mind returning to his worlds. Stephen King is no longer my only addiction. - Todd Farmer, screenwriter, My Blood Valentine in 3D, Drive Angry