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BAYOU WULF: Archaeology vs. Supernatural (Bloodscreams Series Book 4) [Kindle Edition]

Robert Walker , Stephen Walker
3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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Book Description

An Abe Stroud Archeologists-digs-too-Deep novel by Robert W. Walker writing as Geoffrey Caine. This is the 4th in the Abe Stroud/Blood Screams Series begun with Vampire Dreams, Werewolf's Grief, and Zombie Eyes.

When the Louisiana Bayou folks calling themselves members of the Bayou Wulf’s Clan turn out to be real werewolves, it’s a bit late in the day for archeologist Abraham Stroud, whose bayou dig puts him and his people directly in harm’s way. In fact this wulf coven has created a safe haven for their kind—Oasis, Louisiana, an entire town filled with Bayou Wulves, many fathered by Bayou Wulf itselt--their disputable and dubious leader.

Ever imagine a werewolf having a penchant for reading the classics and naming his progeny after the Christian heroic figure of Beouwulf?

Bayou Wulf knows what terror mankind can wreak on were-creatures. He is wise enough to fear us and in particular one man: Abraham Stroud who is capable of unimaginable horrors. As a werewolf child, Bayou Wulf witnessed the annihilation of his kind in his Michigan at Stroud’s hand. And now Stroud is in Bayou Wulf’s new territory believed always to be a paradise and a safe haven with a great country club and a great 18-hole golf course where werewulves play in sanctuary from the likes of mankind. Bayou wulves love the game.

Product Details

  • File Size: 377 KB
  • Print Length: 189 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Robert W. Walker/ Instinct Ink Bks. (April 18, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004X6U7P0
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #990,416 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Nawlins will never be the same May 22, 2013
By djpayn
Format:Kindle Edition
I love most of Robert Walker's books. Especially his Instinct series. This book, about werewolves, was a bit different for me. I'm not really into werewolves and vampires, but decided to give it a go. The story is good. It has a lot of suspense and lots of action. The only real fault I had with the book was that, at times, some of the dialogue sounded a bit juvenile. Otherwise, the story is good. This book is part of a series and i didn't read the preceding books, so maybe there were things I missed, i don't know. I will stick by Mr. Walker. I know his writing well enough to know he is a great writer. This just wasn't the story for me. If you are into werewolves, you will love it!! The wolves are rough and tough and cause massive destruction. I got a copy of this for free in exchange for a review.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Bayou Wulf - not the average ware-wulf tale! May 14, 2013
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Three and 3/4 stars!!

I have enjoyed reading Robert Walker's books in the past, and I will admit, I have not read any of the previous Abe Stroud books in this series. Knowing this could be read as a stand alone novel, I dove right in. The concept of the book is fantastic, the setting is wonderful, and even though I enjoyed reading it, I felt there were places where the imagination had to stretch too far for the story. There is action abound in this book, grisly attacks, and some characters that jump off the page. Some of the dialogue seemed a little juvenile for the setting and what was happening, and by then end I felt that there were some scenes where plausibility was lacking. I don't mind stretching my imagination, I enjoy it actually - but there is a line of believability that still needs to be treaded upon lightly, even in fiction.
In all, this is still a very good book. It is very original, has a hero you want to root for, and I would recommend it for some lighter fantasy fiction reading.

~~Dawna Jicha, The Kindle Book Review

**The Kindle Book Review received a free copy of this book for an independent, fair, and honest review. We are not associated with the author or Amazon.**
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A fun ride June 29, 2012
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Robert Walker creates an interesting depiction of a southern werewolf county club. I enjoyed this and it keep me reading.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Bloody good fun! September 6, 2011
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Rob Walker has created another page turner that moves at break neck speed, literally.

Abraham Stroud is a Van Helsing descendent and Professorial adventurer and monster hunter. Abraham Stroud goes against a pack of modern werewolves with only un-blooded coeds on a research site at his side. Then bloody hell breaks loose and he calls out the Big Guns--Dr. Stroud has his own mercenary army on retainer!

But these modern werewolves are not so easily dispatched. Stroud is taking them on on their own home ground, where they are the political power and good old boy network. And their compounds, ritzy golf country club, mc'mansions and gated residential areas are just the tip of their happy hunting grounds, and their resources include weapons Stroud never dreamed were at their disposal. The body count is high, and the action fast and furious in this no holds barred supernatural thriller.

Bloody good fun!
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MOST recent work available on Kindle and audiobooks via 57 titles in ebooks and 33 currently on with 15 more in production, such as Killer Instinct and Titanic 2012, as well as many others. Latest Kindle book titles - The Canoneers - Ben Cross & The Guns of Ticonderoga, The Edge of Instinct finalized, and The RED PATH - historical romance in Civil War era very soon available. Work in Progress The Fear Collectors and another historical YA - Animiki - Brave of the Fire Nation.

New WORK this year has been The Canoneers, The Edge of Instinct, and The Red Path - a record year for output as I have published here on Kindle in Feb. two titles: the 12th in my award-winning, highly acclaimed INSTINCT SERIES - The EDGE of INSTINCT (also bk.#5 in EDGE Series/combined ensemble casts, you see). In addition, to introduce new readers to my EIGHT separate series characters, I published a book of EIGHT short stories under title of THRILLER PARTY of 8 - The One That Got Away.

Since two books put up in calendar year 2013 did not seem enough, I have now added in June a twisting, turning, churning, burning historical in the tradition of my Children of Salem meets Gone With The Wind entitled ANNIE'S WAR books #1 and #2 subtitled Love Amid the Ruins. Book #3 in this layered, complex pre-Civil War tale of the first home-grown terrorist attack on a US Armory in history, set in 1859 is through the eyes of the infamous John Brown? NO...through the eyes of his sexually active 17-year-old daughter.

While it chronicles what happened at Harpers Ferry, Virginia, the dramatic novel is one foremost of love and romance at the forefront, and it devolves into a fierce gun battle. It reads like a western for good reason. If a fan of the recent Kevin Costner film on the Hatfields and the McCoys, this fits right in that ballpark...and in fact, I modeled my John Brown on Kostner's role as Devil Anse. The two men would have had a lot in common. Anse and Brown that is...not Costner.

Book THREE of ANNIE's WAR will be published before end of June, so the entire trilogy, each at 2.99 will be available as will a hefty offering of the ENTIRE thee books in ONE kindle order for 5.99 - a real bargain. Counting Annie's Trilogy then in Calendar Year 2013 --so far-- I have completed and Kindled FIVE book-length works, Four being novels, One being Shorts, plus have shown up in three anthologies this year...and the year is only half over. There could be more! Meanwhile, my older titles are discussed below:

My previous several novels have been Original to Kindle, exclusvie works. Most recent has been TITANIC 2012 - Curse of RMS Tttanic, a cross-genre, generational suspense thriller with an occult horror twist. It's a new theory, a theory that proves the innocence of the iceberg, ha! Puts the burden of error squarely back onto Captain Edward Smith's shoulders, but it is also science fiction as it alternates chapters between 1912 and 2012. In future, divers go inside Titanic the Wreck to plunder her interiors. But what they find is murder and mayhem and monstrous stuff! See all ten reviews on

Just prior to launching T2012, I placed up CHILDREN of SALEM, romance and intrigue and ecumenical spies amid the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. Talk about a "Bad Time to Be in Love" - but Jere Wakely does love the daughter of an excommunicated witch, Serena Nurse, and he vows to put an end to the insanity of the trials. Painstakingly reseached for some thirty odd years, Children of Salem is both my life's work and now my highest grossing ebook to date, selling 255 copies a month and garnering great reviews (as is T-2012). Children of Salem is a big ambitious work that all my previous books have led me to return to over decades to rewrite and rewrite again and again until I got it right.

AFTERSCHOCK is among all my backlisted titles sold years ago to NYC publishers. Aftershock is the ebook bread-winner, the one which as sold the most copies and for a long time had been my leading title in sales. I placed up some 40 "odd" previously published titles ranging from horror and supernatural, occult horror and suspense-thriller to mysteries and historical themes, and now i have 46 Kindle titles available. Would be fifty if not for tie-ups on other titles.

One more recent modern day noir PI novels is DEAD ON from Five Star Books July '09 which has garnered rave reviews and wonderful remarks from Tess Gerritsen, Ken Bruen, JA Konrath, David Ellis, Raymond Benson, and Jay Boninsinga as well as Booklist! Prior to this my City trilogy, City for Ransom, Shadows in the White City, and City of the Absent published via HarperCollins and heralded as great books by The Chicago Tribune, winning the coveted Lovey Award, set the stage for my finally being able to get Children of Salem RIGHT.

A bit about myself: I grew up in Chicago as my father came out of WWII knowing one skill -- how to drive a truck. As a truck driver, he supported five children. I was born in Corinth, MS., siblings born in Tuskegee, AL., where my mother hailed from.

I struggled in school in inner-city Chicago, but early on found I had a gift for 'talking my way out of fights' and this translated into 'telling stories' to influence others, and soon wondered if I could not do it for money. I began writing at a young age to 'communicate' ideas and always at the root of my tales are ideas, notions, concepts, issues, fears, phobias,the dark side of human nature, twisted religion, the human condition, and themes I find fascinating like the injustice we see every day, and vengeance, and greed, and skulduggery all around.

In fact, much of my fiction centers on twisted this or twisted that...from twisted fantasies in the minds of killers to twisted religion in the minds of...yeah... killers and others. I have read widely in all areas of human endeavor and use all areas imaginable in the creation of my characters and stories, and my work is character-driven whether it is a suspense novel or an historical novel.

I recieved a full scholarship to Northwestern University out of Wells High School, inner city, which was some kind of feat, and it was based on my writing ability. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Education, went on to accomplish a Masters in English Education. I've taught for over thirty-years to 'support' my habit -- writing. I have always taught full-time while writing full-time, and I 'make' time.

While I grew up in Chicago, and many of my books center there and in the Midwest, I am currently living in Charleston, WV where I am still teaching and writing. I live with four step-children and my ER RN wife, Miranda, whose first novel, a serial killer chase down romp called Absolution, is also available on Kindle. I completed my 50th novel for publication with Titanic 2012.

Wish to thank all my readers for the many, many years of support since writing the spoof on disaster films and books, SUB-ZERO in 1979, and those who supported my Instinct and Edge Series as well as my various horror and other suspense series. I have created no less than eight series characters, all of whom I intend to keep "alive" via Kindle original titles in future. I am currently working on a 4th Geoffrey Caine (pen name) Abe Stroud, archaeology horror title called Bayou Wulf. For a free download of the first chapters, you can contact me on Facebook at Robert W. Walker (Rob) or my website -

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Bayou Wulf is a really good book to read
Hello Patrick - so glad you enjoyed Bayou Wulf and in fact, I was rather blown away by your fanTabulous review of same. Inspiration....well that is a long story. Weird one too. I had the idea couple of years ago while teaching Beowulf and doing a partial alooud reading to my students, and when... Read More
May 15, 2011 by Rob Walker |  See all 5 posts
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