The rugged beauty of the Mount St. Helens wilderness is being haunted by a killer. Hikers, loggers, and local residents are dying in horrible, mysterious ways, and lawmen Bud O'Brien and Charlie Redtail are forced to think it just might be a monster...maybe Bigfoot itself.
Enter cryptozoologist Dr. Ian McDermott, PhD, who struggles with his own personal demons as he uncovers the impossible and ugly truth behind it all - an evil more malevolent than anyone ever imagined.
Loup-Garou is the first in the Ian McDermott, Paranormal Investigator series. Atmospheric, often beautiful, and always intensely scary investigations into what we were told as children were only myths and legends.
The hunt is on.
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Big Foot is an Ancient French Werewolf.
The producer put in some neat sound effects--thunder, rainfall, gunshots, wolf calls ect. They really added to the mood and ambiance of the story. The narrator did a great job. He differentiated the voices very well.
Charlie, the Native American Deputy, is an amusing character. He is a straight shooter and says pretty much what he thinks. This can be entertaining.
I liked when Ian meets Charlie's grandfather for the first time at the cultural center. It cracked me up when he switched his "Hollywood accent" for his normal speech.
The scene when the teenagers are running from the monster is very tense and memorable. When Charlie and Ian find the tourists in the cave, the description is so vivid that you can almost smell the stench. Then ending is memorable, but I will not ruin it with a spoiler.
Good, suspenseful book. I received this book free in exchange for an honest review.