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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Lucky's Girl by William Holloway [ 4.5 stars]




From the Description:

Something has awakened on Grove Island. Something that, even in sleep, has held Elton Township in its black embrace. Something old, wise and patient. Something that walked the ancient forests and howled beneath black skies.

Kenny McCord had a good life - his own slice of the American Dream. But all of that is over, so he is heading home to the small town he left behind so many years ago. However Kenny is not the only son that has returned to Elton Township. His childhood friend, and worst enemy, has come back to settle old scores and, quite literally, raise a little hell.

If Charles Manson or Jim Jones had had the power to call up the ancient god of the Windigo he would have been Lucky. A great new take on the werewolf tale that has it's roots sunk deep in Native American folklore. Fast paced and full of great characters I couldn't put it down! I hope that there is a sequel!! I'll be looking for more books by William Holloway in the future. A solid 4.5 star read.