Wolf in Shadow

Wolf in Shadow

John Lambshead

modern fable adventure.  a typical younger girl reveals a perilous international of demons and shapeshifters at the streets of contemporary day London--and will get knotted up with the govt association that fights them.

Urban delusion in a single of the world’s maximum cities.

Rhian, a woman from the Welsh valleys at the run from tragedy and herself, unearths a brand new domestic within the smooth East finish of London, the place the world’s greatest monetary heart spins an online of cash and gear from glistening towers of chrome and glass. underneath the trendy façade lurks the previous East finish the place the layers of 2 thousand years of dramatic and violent historical past slide over each other like glaciers, spilling out in avalanches that warp the genuine world.

As our bodies start to clutter the East finish streets, The fee dispatches its top enforcers to house the placement: Karla isn't really human, and Jameson left his humanity at the back of in items in Northern eire and Afghanistan. Rhian makes new associates, harmful associates; and the place Rhian is going, the wolf is usually in her shadow, only a heartbeat away.

one of the bankers and investors of the East finish stroll demons in human shape and who's to claim that are the monsters? London is a paranormal bomb ready to blow up and someplace a fuse is hissing. . . .

 About Wolf in Shadow:
“. . . takes the reader via a global the place magic impinges on usual existence in methods unsuspected through so much of London’s population. . . alongside the best way, inside of a fast paced and intriguing experience, Lambshead offers out wry swipes at smooth schooling, political correctness, obsessive hobbyists, and govt forms . . . a funny and diverting tale.”—Galveston County day-by-day News

“…engaging city fantasy…Secret supernatural brokers, shapeshifters, and a plot that has London’s lengthy background leaking into the current all combine in a enjoyable, fast paced adventure.”—Locus

About John Lambhead’s Lucy’s Blade:
“Swashbuckling heroines and romantic subplots.”—Publishers Weekly

 About John Lambshead and David Drake’s Into the Hinterlands:
“Drake and Lambshead mix politics, army expeditions, and deep-space exploration into an fascinating tale…Recommended for all SF collections.” –Booklist

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