It’s done.

The third book in the Lost Dogs series, A Freak Among Freaks, is now available in paperback format.

The ebook version was quietly released at the beginning of September, but at the time it was released, the story had not passed proofreading, and I didn’t tell anyone about it. The only reason I released it anyway was that I’d set a pre-order date, and if I don’t keep those, well, let’s just say it’s bad.

Now though, the story has been checked, the errors have been corrected, and I’m proud to announce that A Freak Among Freaks is available for purchase.

Alene Moneya, aspiring young travel journalist, did not find the secret jungle temple her source told her about. Instead, she found herself stuck in a dead-end dump of a town, and with the full moon just two nights away.

Now she needs to find a safe place to shift and hunt or the consequences will be deadly, both for her and for whoever gets in her way. At a dive bar at the edge of town, she finds Harold, the leader of the local pack. He’s got no interest in letting outsiders in on his territory, and unless she can pay what he asks, she’s not welcome.

With no money to her name, Alene’s only option is to accept an unexpected offer to help out at the bar. Work hard. Keep smiling. Don’t cause any trouble, and don’t start a fight. Easier said than done when everyone wants to test the limits of the new girl.

She must keep it together though, or once the moon comes around there will be no one to control the mad beast within her.

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I’m very excited about getting this one out to readers and to hear what you have to say about it. As always when I writing, I grow very attached to my stories, but even then I really do think that this one is my best book yet – even if it’s also the most recent.

Alene is an intriguing character, and some of the situations I put her through were a bit outside of my comfort zone as I wrote them. I’d like to think I did her justice though, and I’m looking forward to writing more stories with her.

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