Law and Order

By J.S. Frankel

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The Nightmare Crew is on the hunt for their evil genius creator, but they find trouble that could spell the end of them all.

Paul Wiseman and his crew return to battle their greatest opponents yet—versions of themselves.

Paul has been transformed into a werewolf, and along with his girlfriend and the rest of the crew—a vampire, a sentient water being and a resurrected zombie—he moves out to the west coast to set up shop in the Sierra Madre mountain area in order to fight crime.

They also seek more information on Andres Peterson, a ruthless and clever industrialist scientist, whose company made them.

Peterson has fashioned his own version of the crew, but their methods of fighting crime are heavy-handed, cruel and unjust.

Things are never as they seem, and it will take a death and a winner-takes-all fight to settle it. Will evil triumph?

Reader Advisory: This book contains references to scenes of intense action and some of the content may not be suitable for those under the age of fourteen.

General Release Date: 12th July 2016

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Format: EBOOK  
ISBN: 978-1-78651-762-3
Word Count: 65,980
Language: English
Book Length: NOVEL
Pages: 177

About the author
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J.S. Frankel

J.S. Frankel was born in Toronto, Canada, a good number of years ago and managed to scrape through the University of Toronto with a BA in English Literature.  In 1988 he moved to Japan and started teaching ESL to anyone who would listen to him. In 1997, he married the charming Akiko Koike and their union produced two sons, Kai and Ray. J.S. Frankel makes his home in Osaka where he teaches English by day and writes by night until the wee hours of the morning.

You can check out his blog and follow J.S. on Facebook and Twitter.

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The character development was fantastic, especially when it came to Paul. 

There were plenty of shocking plot twists to keep my attention as well. I especially enjoyed seeing how the author...

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