House of Wolves by Matt Bronleewe (An August Adams Adventure) (Thomas Nelson, 2008), 320 pages
This is the sequel to Illuminated, which I loved.
House of Wolves places New York City rare book dealer August Adams squarely in the middle of a plot by a new incarnation of a violent ancient secret society — along with his precocious young son, his father, his ex-wife and her new fiance.
The bookish aspects of this story clinched it for me. I love the adventure.
A fun ride.
The trailer for House of Wolves:
While writing this review I went searching for information about the next book in the series. It wasn’t easy to find, but I figured it out. The third book in this series, The Deadly Hours, should be released “sometime in the not-too-distant-future,” according to Bronleewe. I, for one, hope that’s soon. It will be published by a different publishing house than the first two books (per both a Thomas Nelson VP and Bronleewe).
The audiobook is available as a free download on the author’s website, as is a soundtrack for the book. Bronleewe is a songwriter and producer in Nashville; he was a founding member of Jars of Clay.
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