New Release – Wolf’s Bluff
Posted by Dark Whisperer on March 31, 2010
Author: W.D. Gagliani
Publisher: Leisure Books
Release Date: June 29th, 2010
Third in the Detective Nick Lupo series, following the Bram Stoker Award-nominated Wolf’s Trap and its sequel, Wolf’s Gambit.
Homicide cop – and werewolf – Nick Lupo has battled other werewolves before, killers who unlike Nick have no problem hunting human prey. So when a new series of savage animal attacks terrifies the area, Nick already has a suspect in mind. And he knows that if he’s right it’ll be up to him to destroy her. But even as begins his surveillance, someone else is out there, watching them both.
Someone with a very deadly plan. Someone who knows just what it takes to kill a werewolf.
Whispers about Wolf’s Bluff…
“In Wolf’s Bluff, Gagliani once more proves that werewolves are scary as hell. The book is fast, vicious and thoroughly satisfying.” – Jonathan Maberry, multiple Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Wolfman and The Dragon Factory
“Wolf’s Bluff is arguably the best novel in Gagliani’s werewolf series, carrying through beautifully on themes introduced in the previous novels and ratcheting up the body count, not to mention the reader’s blood pressure. I make no excuses for my admiration of Gagliani’s work — I think he’s an exquisite storyteller, and his voice has never been more confident that it is here. Wolf’s Bluff is creepy, sexy, fast-paced, and brimming with humanity; just what I expected from a writer of Gagliani’s caliber.” – Gary A. Braunbeck, 5-time Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Coffin County and Far Dark Fields
“Dark as the North Woods and ferociously intense, Wolf’s Bluff will keep you biting your nails right up until its blood-drenched finale. Gagliani sets a relentless pace from the first page, and never lets up, as Detective Nick Lupo threads his way through a maze of explosive violence, dangerous sex and deadly mystery as he tries to put an end to the new rash of werewolf killings in Wausau. He’ll crush your heart and make you clench your teeth along the way.” – John Everson, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The 13th and Siren