The Undead Wars

 

 Love Never Dies

 

The Undead Wars

A Cry in the Moon’s Light Book 2

by Alan McGill

Genre: Horror Romance, Dark Fantasy


 A LEADER WILL RISE AND A KINGDOM WILL FALL.


The former Duchess of Harcourt lives a quiet life. The events of the Dark Forest are a distant memory. But evil does not forget so easily. The sinister Witch King has sent new creatures to find the remaining witches.
Gruesome murders plague the land as eerie Wolf Song echoes from the mountains. Is this the return of Seth? Or something else?
Alessandra de Moreau must decide if she can work with those who killed her love, for only together will they be able to stop the Undead Army. But first, she will have to find the Dagger of Dark Silver and unravel the Mystery of the Wolf, if they are to survive The Undead Wars.


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A Cry in the Moon’s Light

A Cry in the Moon’s Light Book 1

In a time of castles, muskets, and hideous creatures of the night, a beautiful woman travels across the treacherous Dark Forest to be by the side of her dying grandmother. With only a young carriage driver to protect her, she must use her wits and all of her courage to cross the wild country—and to evade the mysterious beast who stalks her.

What follows is a tale full of horror, mystery, and romance: gruesome murders at a village hidden deep in the forest, a castle that holds dark secrets, and a black wolf leading a deadly pack. Nothing is as it seems, and this journey has only just begun. The beautiful lady in the carriage will learn that only love can defeat evil, but is it love or danger that cries out to her in the deceitful light of the moon?


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**Don’t miss the companion books!**

Red Door

A Cry In the Moon's Light Novella

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Father Daniel's Compendium of the Undead

A Companion Novella to A Cry in the Moon's Light

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Alan McGill is an American author who lives in Northwestern Pennsylvania with a clowder of cats. Alan was close to his grandparents who grew up in the Great Depression. They were married young and remained together until his grandmother’s passing. His grandfather served in the Navy during WWII and was a gifted storyteller who weaved humorous tales about tough events. Alan grew up with these stories of right and wrong along with watching fictional heroes such as The Lone Ranger, Adam West’s Batman and Captain America. Heroes who stood up to bullies and protected those who could not protect themselves. This made an impression on the author to always do what was right in his own life and shaped his love for storytelling. He is a multi-genre author with his debut novel being A Cry in the Moon’s Light which is a horror romance and mystery series. As with all his books, one of the primary themes involves characters who strive to do the right thing regardless of the adversity they face. The second theme present in all his books is love. A pure and deep love that defeats all evil.


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Comments

  1. This looks so good. I am adding them to my TBR.

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    1. Thanks! I hope you enjoy the story. There are two more yet to come but this is a good start. As much as I loved the first, The Undead Wars really carries the story.

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    1. Thank you. I love them all. Book one art was done by Patrick Boyer. The others were by Emily's World of Design.

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  3. This sounds like an excellent book and series.

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  4. Dark fantasy is my thing, awesome!

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  5. The blurb sounds very intriguing. I would enjoy reading this one.

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