Hunting the Beast
by W.T. Watson
Release Date: December 9, 2017
An ancient evil stalks the Adirondacks . .
A ghost hunter is faced with events that she has never seen before . . .
A private investigator is not at all what he seems . . .
When Zachary Collins agrees to help the head of Buffalo Paranormal Investigations with a hostile haunting, he has no idea that he will be immersing himself in the hunt for an ancient monster or that the monster may be hunting him.
Zach will need all his skill, both magical and mundane, to keep his client alive and to survive hunting The Beast.
This is book one in a multi-part series of books that will stand alone but that do build upon each other. I think of the books as a series of case files and, in this book we are introduced to a world that lies hidden just below the surface of our own.
Zachary Collins is a Black Dog, a being tasked with enforcing the Charter on the werewolf community. Zach is a shapeshifter but, unlike werewolves, he has never been human. He is a creature of the Otherworld, born and bred to bring in those wolves that refuse to obey the laws of the Otherworld - the Charter – dead or alive.
In his off time, Zach works for Greenwood Resources Inc, a private investigation firm that specializes in the recovery of lost children. One of his colleagues at GRI refers the supernatural investigator Amber Morgan to him when she gets involved in a local haunting that is unlike anything she has ever seen.
When Zach agrees to help Amber with her case, a chain of events in set into place that culminates in Amber becoming a werewolf and Zach hunting the most feared rogue werewolf in history.
About the Author
W T Watson is a coffee addict with an abiding love of monsters, magic, Forteana and the paranormal that infuses his fictional works. When he is not writing or doing his day job, he can be found swinging from a hammock chair on his patio or allowing his small dog to take him for a hike along the greenways of Charlotte, NC. He lives with his spouse, the aforesaid small dog and a calico cat that edits for him by jumping on his keyboard at unexpected moments. His most recent martial art is aikido and he practices at Aikido of Charlotte.