Jackal: Book Two of The Glaring Chronicles

Jackal: Book Two of The Glaring Chronicles

by Matthew Krause

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Overview

In Strays, the first book of The Glaring Chronicles, we met Sarah Smallhouse, a teenage runaway, and Kyle Winslow, an awkward alcoholic, two reluctant outcasts who fell in with a secret order of feline changelings called The Glaring.

Moving freely among us, sometimes as common cats, sometimes in more human form, these mysterious creatures mark our movements as we go about our lives, ever vigilant to threats from an ancient evil known throughout history as Jackal.

Now, in Jackal, Book II, Sarah and Kyle join forces with three shape-shifting cats to rescue the enigmatic leader of The Glaring, who has gone missing for over a decade. Little do they know that this leader has been captured by Jackal's minions, to be used for the creature's diabolical purposes.

Combining their skills and talents with those of their Glaring companions, Sarah and Kyle believe they are more than a match for their enemies ... but are they really playing right into Jackal's hands?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781517455484
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/17/2014
Series: Glaring Chronicles , #3
Pages: 312
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Matthew Krause was raised in the heartland of Kansas, earning his Bachelor's degree from Emporia State University and a Master's degree from Kansas State University. He has authored several screenplays, including Radical Evil, which placed in the quarterfinals of the Nicholl Fellowship, Play Action, which placed in the semifinals of the same competition, and Baby's Breath, which was produced as an independent film. Play Action also earned him a Screenwriting Fellowship with Walt Disney/ABC Studios in 2001. An avid fan of cats, film, and baseball, he lives in Los Angeles with his wife and five cats and spends his non-writing time meditating and playing his Tibetan singing bowls on the beach.

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