This book is bargain priced from 07/05/2014 until 07/11/2014
Join Ollie and his crew in a hilarious supernatural adventure!
Skullenia seems to be the last place that would need a detective agency. At least that is what Ollie thinks, until Count Jocular commissions him to help resolve a series of unexplained disappearances occurring within his realm.
Ollie is a half vampire who, following his uncle’s death, inherits a detective agency in the undead town of Skullenia. He also inherits his uncle’s staff: a zombie who can barely hold himself together (in more ways than one), a reanimate the size of a phonebox with an IQ to match, a mad professor, and their chain smoking friend Ronnie who has the ability to make himself invisible.
Has Ollie bitten off more than he can chew? With the help of his motley crew and some quite frankly ridiculous characters, Ollie attempts to solve this perplexing mystery.
If you love books with a healthy dose of humor, don’t pass on the Skullenia series from Tony Lewis! Wherewolf is the first novel in the paranormal humor series, and is suitable for all ages.
Author’s excerpt from Wherewolf:
Egon was four feet tall, bow-legged, had splayed feet, arms that hung down to his knees and the traditional hump, the prerequisite appendage for any servant of the dark arts and their weird ways. Uniquely, the hump wasn’t in the traditional place. It was on a lead by his feet and followed him everywhere. Facially, he looked like he’d been set on fire and put out with a speeding train, and had a comb over that beggared belief. It could easily have covered two bald heads. Interesting was the kindest way to describe Egon’s appearance. Melted was more appropriate. He resembled a candle that had been left too close to an open fire.
Targeted Age Group: Young adult / adult
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About the Author:
Tony Lewis was born in Cardiff, South Wales in 1967. After finishing school he, like many authors, has had a series of differing and varied jobs including working in a warehouse and as a police officer. He is married. His wife is an ex-nurse who designs and paints his book covers. He has a son and two stepchildren and lives in Kent, UK. His novels are a mixture of comedy and the supernatural. When asked what inspired him to write he said “I was unable to find the laugh out loud, silly joke type story that I wanted to read, so I wrote my own.”