Shadows Over Seattle: Prequel Three

Book Cover: Wolves In The Desert

The Desert Can Be Hell

When his squad is deployed to Iraq, Gunnery Sergeant Garfield Feldman leads them in a series of operations against forces loyal to Saddam Hussein.

Recently rumors have been flying around base that the enemy has learned a few new tricks, and found ways to ambush Marine units from buildings that had been declared clear. Now Feldman's team has received orders to conduct a snatch-and-grab mission deep in enemy-held territory.

But what lies behind the walls, and what can Feldman do to ensure the success of the mission?

"Wolves In The Desert" is the third of the "Shadows Over Seattle: Prequel" series, giving readers a chance to meet characters who will be appearing in the main series. Every story is a snapshot of an event in that character's past, and can be read as a standalone short story, or as part of the series.

"Wolves In The Desert" is a quick, easy, read that introduces readers to the "Shadows Over Seattle" setting.

Feedback already received for "Under A Hunter's Moon (Shadows Over Seattle: Prequel One)":

“I enjoy the author's twist on the old werewolf lore, creating a whole new version and calling them Lupines, to allow him to break the rules of the legends without really breaking things, if you know what I mean. ”
-Amazon Reviewer (1st Edition)

"I'm usually a gal who needs romance in her books, but I have to say that I got my hands on a copy of Under a Hunter's Moon by Timothy Bateson and found a great read! This is a short story, so it's a quick read, but it's got suspense, action, and it left me wanting to know when the next one is coming out! If you enjoy shifter stories, this one is a great Urban Fantasy short story that introduces you to some characters that you'll definitely need to know more about!"
-Anna (Amazon Reviewer)

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