Fresh Face Friday: A Trail in Blood by J. David Anderson

***OMG!  Sorry guys didn’t realize this was still in drafts.  Better late than never right.  :)***

Happy Friday!  Anyone else ready for the weekend?  Today I have the awesome opportunity to share with you J. David Anderson and his book, A Trail in Blood.  This is a paranormal suspense book that is wonderfully fast paced and a very quick read.  It has a great story that keeps you guessing right up until the end.  Be sure to check out my review after the book blurb.  I hope all of you have a great weekend!

18144952Book Blurb:

The Williams clan is a family just like any other. They have jobs. They pay bills. They don’t always get along. They live one day at a time. But they also have a secret. The Williams pack is a family of werewolves. And they are not alone.

Supernatural beings interact with the regular world every day, sometimes going to great lengths to keep their existence a secret.

Now, as the current pack Alpha is forced to step down and his oldest son is preparing to take over, a rogue werewolf is loose in their territory, leaving a violent, bloody wake. The body count is quickly rising but tracking a killer through a crowded urban city is no easy task.

Can the family set aside their differences and pull together to find and stop this monster before their trail of bodies unveils the truth about werewolves and the rest of the supernatural community to the world? And are they ready to face the consequences of what the truth might do to their family?


The Williams clan is a clan of werewolves.  They all have normal workaday lives and jobs, but just turn furry when the need arises.  The need for a normal façade is paramount.  No one must know what they are.  But, when killings begin happening and they soon connect them to a werewolf it is up to them to find the killer before their secret gets out.  The only problem is can they work together to find the monster before he kills again?

I really enjoyed this book.  It was a quick paranormal suspense read.  It had a great story and you really felt like you were finding the clues along with the characters.  The strife between some characters was very natural with a sibling rivalries and such.  I really enjoyed the character dynamic and when all was said and done the “bad” guy wasn’t who I thought it would be.  I definitely see more coming with these books.  There are different storylines and characters I’d love to see explored more.  If more come I will definitely read it.  J. David Anderson is a great storyteller and I can’t wait to see what he does next.

7155798Author Bio:

J. David Anderson is an author of science fiction, horror, fantasy, and anything else he thinks would be fun to write. He lives in Indiana with his wife, son, dog, and imaginary friends.

He may or may not have saved the world from five alien invasions, four biological attacks from an alternate dimension, three major flea infestations, two holes in the space time continuum, and a partridge in a nightmare tree. It’s difficult to tell for sure because he makes stuff up.

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