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Samhain Publishing

August 7, 2012
ISBN-10: 1609287495
ISBN-13: 978-1609287498
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Bram Stoker Award nominee Wolf's Trap to be reissued by Samhain Publishing!

This is the first Nick Lupo thriller, first published in 2003. Samhain will release it first as an ebook in March 2012, then in a trade paperback edition a few months later (August 2012)...


The city is its own trap. The killer stalks its streets, eager for twisted revenge.

But Up North the trap is even more brutal. The stakes are higher. And the revenge can be sweeter...

Up North, a chill wind whips through the treetops.

Clouds race past the silver-white disk rising above the woods. Moonlight bathes the landscape in silver tints.

Somewhere in the woods, a creature howls. The sound is forlorn, tragic, full of sadness. But there's rage, too, rage at the moon and its influence.

Water laps at the pier supports up and down the chain of lakes. But people lock their doors and draw their shades. Whatever's out there, they don't want any part of it.

The wind ripples through the trees, bringing with it the smell of woodsmoke.

And fear.

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Wolf's Trap
By William D. Gagliani
Yard Dog Press
ISBN 1-893687-44-9
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A murdered friend.

A descent into the darkness of the porn world.

A cop whose tragic past includes a terrible secret and a horrible burden.

A serial killer with depraved obsessions and a blood grudge.

They will meet in Wisconsin's dark and chilly North Woods.

But who will be the hunter, and who will be the hunted?

And how many innocents will have to die?