Thursday, August 25, 2011

New Release: “Clan” by Harry Shannon


Harry Shannon wrote "Night Of The Werewolf", published by Medium Rare Books in August 2003 but only around 100 hardcover copies were printed.It became a kind of cult classic. Finally, Harry has rewritten and polished the book and changed the title to Clan.

Description: They have been among us for thousands of years. One mysterious gene they carry lies dormant—until they change.
Joe Case is an ex-cop searching for the man who humiliated his sister. Kelly McCammon is a Hollywood executive running from the Russian mob.
Destiny leads them to tiny Salt Lick, Nevada…A town under siege.

Here’s what the early reviews have to say,

"CLAN is a thriller with a genuine bite. Once Harry Shannon gets his claws in you he will not let go! Highly recommended."
—Jonathan Maberry, New York Times Bestselling author of Patient Zero and Dust & Decay

“A scary-as-hell journey through nightmare country."
—Douglas Clegg, author of Goat Dance and Purity

"(Shannon’s) Impeccable pacing and eye for the terrifying will leave the reader shaken and unsettled."
—Publisher’s Weekly

"Harry Shannon is a writer who is not afraid to walk into the shadows and drag the things living there kicking and screaming into the light."
—Brian Keene, author of The Rising

And the reader reviews,

Harry Shannon mixes crime noir, a speedy thriller and old fashioned horror in this fresh and surprising action-adventure. Three different plot lines, each interesting to follow, eventually come together.

If you like werewolf tales then you'll be in heaven here. Shannon has a way of squeezing real scares out of this familiar horror monster; his werewolves have horrific heft. The story itself is fast-paced and fun, with mystery and humor in addition to the fear factor.
For exciting frights, look no further.

A mix of crime noir, thriller and horror, there is something for everyone here. I was lucky enough to read Night Of The Werewolf and it was a BLAST! Now I'm digging into "Clan"

The eBook became available on Amazon, for the Kindle and free Kindle app. It’s $3.99 on Kindle, soon to be on Nook. Just follow the links and get your for the weekend.

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