From the Description
Some legends never die....
The White Wolf, the Beast of Brenton Woods, a legendary creature said to walk like a man. When the full moon rises, it will feast.
Unseen for years, truth has turned to rumor, mere folklore. Until something lures the monster from exile, calling it home.
For Tyler and Ben, a firsthand encounter leads to an exploration of the forbidden depths of Brenton woods, and for Ben, the discovery of a family secret.
When Wendy and her friend's hangout in the abandoned cabin is compromised, the hunt begins. The target of a creature's desire, Wendy is hearing whispers in the night, finding footprints outside her window, and can't shake the dreadful feeling that something is waiting for her.
Deputy Kathy Wilcox understands the disturbances, the shredded carcasses, and the growing list of missing persons in town are connected to something larger than life. Will her acceptance of the legend end in tragedy?
There's a full moon above, the night is coming down, and blood is about to run.
Publication Date: June 19, 2018
Publisher: Alien Agenda Publishing
Publication Length: 241 pages
I received a copy of this book from the publisher for review consideration. This is in no way reflected in my opinion of this novel. I did not receive any form of compensation for my review.
The Beast of Brenton Woods is a fantastic werewolf story that will leave you panting for more! The heart pounding action starts at the very beginning and doesn’t let up until the very end. This book had me saying ‘Just one more chapter,,,’ until the wee hours of the morning. I had to know what would happen to Ben, Deputy Kathy Wilcox, Wendy, Johnny, and Bryan as they searched for the truth about the Beast. The Beast itself was a great villain, evil and relentless in its pursuit of our heroes. The ending is perfect for this tale of werewolfy goodness and leaves enough room for a sequel that I am salivating for. I can’t wait to see where Jackson Thomas takes us next! A highly recommended 4.5 star read.
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About the Author
Jackson R. Thomas sleeps in the day, writes and works in the night, and doesn't like social media.
He's worked as a janitor, cashier, fast food slave, and a night auditor for a hotel you don't want to stay at...if you know what's good for you.
You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org, unless you know where he works...then you can bother him during his third shift escapades.
"At last! A proper werewolf story. Edge of your seat scary and unpredictable." — Catherine Cavendish, author of 'Waking the Ancients'
“The Beast of Brenton Woods is a blistering read of werewolf horror, one that chugs along at lightning speed and will leave you howling at the moon for more.” – Michael Patrick Hicks, author of Broken Shells