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About Peter Saenz
Peter Saenz spent the majority of his growing years in both Southern California and parts of South Texas. He's always been fascinated with the fantasy genre and is a fan of authors: Anne Rice, David Sedaris, J.K. Rowling and Roald Dahl. Peter currently lives in Los Angeles with his husband Joseph. www.peterjsaenz.com
Two supernatural cultures clash as Devin discovers hidden secrets about his past in an all or nothing attempt at survival. Coven of Wolves takes readers around the globe and back into time as a new universe of hidden societies, powerful witches, and sinister creatures dominate the landscape in their fight for control of an unsuspecting world.
• Haldis Grummel’s “Cassissi Dancer” in which a lonely space traveler finds unexpected companionship with a beautiful dancer on a faraway planet;
• Peter Saenz’s “All in a Day’s Work” in which all is not what it seems when a jaded private-eye on Space Station Alpha is lured into danger by a jealous wife—and the woman’s husband unexpectedly comes to his aid;
• J. Comer’s “Tracks” in which a man sets out to retrieve his missing husband who is being held captive in an enemy encampment.
• E. Robert Dunn’s “The Life of Another” in which a man finds himself trapped inside the body of a stranger.
• David Berger’s “The Long Way Home” in which two men fighting on opposite sides of a great war find common ground on a distant planet, and much, much more.
• Guy Lozier’s “Illuminated” in which a homophobic Senator learns a hard lesson about the price of intolerance;
• D.C. Phillips’ “Onboarding” in which a young woman learns that there are worse things in this world than unemployment; and
• David D. Warner’s “Socrates” in which a home-based AI system decides to lend a helping hand to its creator.
• Daniel W. Kelly’s “Oozy Bruisy,” in which all hell breaks loose when an urban legend comes to life
• D.C. Phillips’ “Shattered,” in which very bad things happen whenever the Carnival comes to town
• Peter Saenz’s “Survival,” in which unsuspecting travelers encounter a vicious killer deep in the woods
• Patrick Raith’s “Love Nest,” in which a young, gay couple struggles to stay alive in a world where the dead refuse to lie down
• David D. Warner’s “The Machine,” in which a small, desperate town learns the real value of keeping secrets
• Guy Lozier’s “Secrets,” in which a young, gay man learns that sometimes, monsters are closer than you might assume
• and three additional tales that will leave you breathless.
- David Berger’s “The Returning,” in which a weary detective tracks a most unusual serial killer
- Simon Graves’ “Inconceivable,” in which a young gay couple will do whatever it takes to have a baby
- Daniel Kelly’s “Unholy Matrimony,” in which a homophobic wedding planner adds a few unconventional touches to her first gay wedding
- Michael Manschot’s “The Angler,” in which a young man on summer break gets a very special welcome home
- Patrick Raith’s “Moonlight,” in which a fledgling vampire adjusts to her new reality
- Peter Saenz’s “The Gift,” in which a dying man is granted one final wish
- Michael Van London’s “Under the Dock,” in which a young man encounters a foreboding presence beneath his beach house
- David Warner’s “Blood Will Tell,” in which a reluctant
spiritualist has a most unexpected visitor
- David Wolfhaven’s “Steamed,” in which a night out at a gay bathhouse becomes a bloodbath
... plus seven other tales that will leave you breathless.
Now, also leader to a pack of newly formed werewolves, Devin will need both groups
fighting beside him if he plans to keep the people he loves alive. Initially he has his hands full contending with Boston mob vendettas, rival covens, and a global network of deadly werewolf clans who want him dead.
Unfortunately for Devin, things go from bad to worse when long forgotten gods rise, threatening to destroy not only the newly formed coven/clan but the majority of the world as well.
Author Peter Saenz pulls out all stops in this high-action, suspense filled sequel to his previous hit novel Coven of Wolves.