by Robert B. Gregg
List Price: $14.99
6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
156 pages Black & White
ISBN-13: 978-1511416245 (CreateSpace-Assigned)
Moonshadows is the story of Iraq War veterans who take a fly-in fishing trip to a remote area of Northern Canada to help heal old wounds left from the war. During this escape from civilization, and under the tutelage of their Indian guide, they are forced to survive a disaster and overcome what looks like an impossible situation.
Following a whitewater accident in which one of the expedition dies and another is seriously hurt, and trapped in a setting where there is no escape, the men must rely on one another once more to combat unsuspected evil in an impossible situation where only the most cunning will survive.
The story is an outdoor/adventure/thriller along the lines of “Deliverance” and “The Edge.” The story is realistic and the characters colorful. The timeline is now. The theme is the violence of nature and the violence of men. Moonshadows is about camaraderie, fun, fellowship and survival. It is the ultimate good versus evil. In the end it comes down to men hunting men, and only the most cunning will survive.
The story’s twists and turns surprise often. The action is relentless. The reader will become one with the group of adventurers as they fly into the wilderness, see the beauty, feel the power and wrath of nature, and confront the evil of men.