Friday, April 19, 2013

Shadow Dragon by Lance Horton

This is a horror story but it's even more horrifying because it could be real...

The author sent me a copy of his book for review (thank you).  It's available now, so check with your local bookstore for a copy.

Kyle is an FBI agent who is trying to get on the team and prove his worthiness.  When he gets chosen to go on a case with another team member, he's thrilled to get his chance.  If he had any idea of what he was getting into, he probably would have resigned from the FBI instead.

Three men have been murdered in a cabin on Shadow Mountain.  There isn't much of the bodies left to identify and it's a grisly sight in the cabin and outdoors.  There is no evidence or clue left for the FBI to work worth.  Who or what killed them?

Then a skier disappears and the couple that owns the cabin is killed.  What kind of predator could be out there?

I was imagining Bigfoot but the actual predators are much worse.  When scientists begin manipulating genetics to create a weapon for war, a monster is born.

This is a story I would read and then set down and go do something else for a bit.  It's intense, ugly, and entirely possible.  You won't be bored, your heart will beat faster, and you'll be afraid the characters you like won't get out alive.  Not all of them do, but you'll keep reading until you get to the end. 

Want to chill your soul and perhaps have trouble sleeping at night?  Then read this book; it's right up your alley.

Happy reading.   

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