Wolfe in Shepherd's Clothing by Angie CouniosWolfe in Shepherd's Clothing by Angie Counios

Wolfe in Shepherd's Clothing

byAngie Counios, David Gane

Paperback | April 1, 2018

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The third installment of the international award-winning Shepherd & Wolfe mysteries. Be careful who you trust. When Charlie Wolfe winds up homeless, Tony Shepherd’s family takes him in. But Tony’s parents have one request: No more mysteries! The boys want to keep their word … but someone is leaving dismembered bodies around the city and Detective Gekas is asking what they know. Soon, Tony and Charlie are caught in a labyrinth of lies and death—and not everyone is as they seem. Can the boys escape unscathed or will someone they care about end up dead?
ANGIE COUNIOS teaches by day, and writes film scripts and fiction the rest of the time. When she’s not teaching or writing, she’s packing a bag for another adventure, completing a goal list, playing with her camera or practising yoga. DAVID GANE is a writer, teacher, and stay-at-home dad. He writes film scripts and fiction, and has...
Title:Wolfe in Shepherd's ClothingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:480 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 1.17 inPublished:April 1, 2018Publisher:Your Nickel's Worth PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1988783135

ISBN - 13:9781988783130


Editorial Reviews

Wolfe in Shepherd’s ClothingBy Angie Counios and David GaneReview by Michelle ShawPublished by Your Nickel’s Worth Publishing$19.95 9781988783130Regina’s death toll is once again on the rise as Angie Counios and David Gane launch their third Shepherd and Wolfe mystery, Wolfe in Shepherd’s Clothing.Tony and Charlie are now in Grade 12 and still recovering emotionally and physically after the dramatic events of the summer (see Shepherd’s Watch). But a serial killer is roaming the Queen City murdering and dismembering his victims; and even though Tony’s parents warn the boys not to get involved in any more mysteries, they can’t resist investigating. Detective Gekas, herself still recovering from the previous summer’s adventures, is put in charge of the serial killer murders. As the boys investigate, the killings come heartbreakingly close to home, and Tony is guilt-stricken to think that their actions may be responsible for the killer’s latest choice of victim. Although the story is satisfyingly wrapped up, the final chapter of the book ends on a cliffhanger. Which means that once again I will be waiting very impatiently for the next book in the series!This book is thicker and slightly darker in tone than the previous ones. I’m not sure if it’s because some of the chapters are seen through the eyes of the killer, but it definitely seems to have more of a crime novel feel to it. Right from the start though you feel in safe hands as a reader. Counios and Gane know what they are doing, and you can happily allow yourself to become immersed in the story.Wolfe in Shepherd’s Clothing is marketed as a YA novel, but it will be equally appealing to a more adult audience. Regina-based Angie Counios and David Gane are both teachers with a background in scriptwriting. They have a wonderful website with resources for teachers and parents https://couniosandgane.com.Along Comes a Wolfe and Shepherd’s Watch were winners in the international 2018 Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards, and Along Comes a Wolfe won the First Book Award at the 2017 Saskatchewan Book Awards.