Title: In Sheep’s Clothing
Author: Lee J. Minter
Narrator: Henry Schrader
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.
In a quiet small town, not much happens. So when people start to turn up dead, there’s naturally panic. As the number of bodies rise, the town’s sheriff is faced with the possibility of a serial killer. Not only that, there’s an animal out in the woods. One with a real bloodlust.
It’s been a while since I’ve come across a werewolf story that’s held my interest. This one was different though, and I loved the way the author eventually stitched the different plotlines together into one explosive conclusion.
This book is rife with plenty of horror and gore so hardcore horror fans should have no problem enjoying this book. Right from the beginning we’re pushed to the edge of our seat and kept there.
Narration worked with the story.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.