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The Wolves of El Diablo (The Men Who Walk Like Wolves) Hardcover – August 1, 2017
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"It's a fun, bloodsoaked read...If werewolves and westerns are your bag, THE GUNS OF SANTA SANGRE will be your huckleberry." -Fangoria
"Couldn't put it down. The action is nonstop relentless . . . I can't wait for the movie!" —Jack Ketchum
"With THE GUNS OF SANTA SANGRE, Eric Red delivers a wild mash-up of action-thriller and bloody horror. This one really digs its claws into you from page one to last bite. Fast, furious, and wickedly fun. Highly recommended." —Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of FIRE & ASH and EXTINCTION MACHINE
"It's THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN meets DOG SOLDIERS! Taut, action packed and gory as hell! I couldn't put it down!" —Arrow In The Head at JoBlo.com
"THE GUNS OF SANTA SANGRE is an old-fashioned, well-made dime novel, doing Louis L’Amour, Elmore Leonard and Richard Matheson proud." —Bookgasm
"Bloody fights, desert vistas, a touch of romance, and plenty of werewolf action make THE GUNS OF SANTA SANGRE a fast-paced adventure. Screenwriter and author Red (DON'T STAND SO CLOSE) delivers a supernatural Western that should appeal to fans of the growing 'weird West' genre." —Library Journal
"Imagine THE MAGIFICENT SEVEN mixed with DOG SOLDIERS and you've got Eric Red's THE GUNS OF SANTA SANGRE. It's full of classic horror moments, non-stop action, and characters pushed to the edge. Three outlaws are hired by a young woman to protect her village from what she claims is a pack of werewolves. Seeing it as an easy job for three gunslingers looking to make some quick coin, they begin a journey that will forever change the way they see the world. Filled with action set pieces and terrifying monsters that are ready-made for big screen adaptation, GUNS is a fun and exciting read that no horror fan should miss." —Famous Monsters of Filmland
"For connoisseurs of the Old West, Eric Red's THE GUNS OF SANTA SANGRE has all the elements of a classic:
It opens with a fast-and-furious stagecoach heist;
It has outlaws who, beneath their coarse exterior, boast hearts of gold;
It has touches of SEVEN SAMURAI and THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN;
It has a beautiful heroine disguised as a boy;
And...oh yes!...it has WEREWOLVES!
Quick, smooth, easily read, an almost filmic rendition of the time-honored traditions of the Western, with a deftly handled incursion of the unnatural, with the two blended into a single, intriguing story." —Hellnotes
"I really like the trend combining horror with Westerns and THE GUNS OF SANTA SANGRE increases my confidence in this surprisingly popular sub-genre. I thoroughly enjoyed Red's novel with its flawed heroes and the savagery of the werewolves. If you have yet to read a horror Western, this is a good book to start with." —Horror Fiction Review
About the Author
Eric Red is a Los Angeles based novelist, screenwriter, and film director. His first two novels, a dark coming-of-age tale about teenagers called Don't Stand So Close and a dark fantasy called The Guns of Santa Sangre are available from SST Publications. His other two novels, a science fiction thriller called It Waits Below, and a mystery crime thriller called White Knuckle, are available from Crossroad Press. His fifth novel The Wolves of El Diablo, the sequel to The Guns of Santa Sangre, will be published in hardcover, trade paperback and digital editions by SST Publications in August 2017. The first two of his Joe Noose Western novels, Noose and Hanging Fire, will be published by Kensington Books in 2018. Mr. Red directed and wrote the films Cohen and Tate for Hemdale, Body Parts for Paramount, Undertow for Showtime, Bad Moon for Warner Bros. and 100 Feet for Grand Illusions Entertainment. His original screenplays include The Hitcher for TriStar, Near Dark for DeLaurentiis Entertainment Group, Blue Steel for MGM and The Last Outlaw for HBO. His recent published horror and suspense short stories have been in Cemetery Dance magazine, Weird Tales magazine, Shroud magazine, Dark Delicacies III: Haunted anthology, Dark Discoveries magazine, Mulholland Books' Popcorn Fiction, among others. He created and wrote the sci-fi/horror comic series and graphic novel Containment from SST Publications and the horror western comic series Wild Work for Antarctic Press. Visit his website at www.ericred.com.
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But the men are being hunted Azul, a beautiful Mexican bandit is on the hunt for The Guns of Santa Sangre and the men that killed her brother. Azul is the leader of a pack of werewolves’ intent on ending Tucker, Fix, and Bodies lives. But they might just make it out of this in one piece if Pilar can get to them in time with all the silver bullets that she has stockpiled.
I admit that I have not read the first book in this series but that has not affected my opinion of this book. I easy figured out what was happening and quickly fell into the story. You have a femme fatale that is a bad ass leader of a werewolf pack and she intent on killing those that murdered her brother. Then you have the three men that regret not getting paid and are back to being outlaws robbing a train supposedly full of silver. Thank goodness Pilar was there to save their lives.
I loved this story. There’s lots of action, thrills, and plenty of gore. I will definitely be checking out The Guns of Santa Sangre and Eric Red’s other books.
I received The Wolves of El Diablo from SST Publications for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.