Tampa Bay Magazine Applauds K.L. Nappier’s Full Wolf Moon Trilogy
TAMPA BAY MAGAZINE has featured K.L. Nappier’s Full Wolf Moon Trilogy in their Books section of the May/June 2015 issue. Praising the trilogy as “exciting” and “otherworldly,” Tampa Bay Magazine particularly features the third and final installment of the trilogy Chosen released late last year.
The full review reads: “Tampa Bay author Kathy Nappier, who writes under the name K.L. Nappier, employs fast-paced action style in her thrillers, mysteries and dark fiction. Her FULL WOLF MOON TRILOGY is an otherworldly saga. It begins with Full Wolf Moon, which starts in 1942 with a werewolf at a Japanese internment camp in eastern California and involves a Navajo healer who doesn’t want to kill the beast, because he needs to keep it alive for his own reasons. The second book in the series, Bitten, continues the hunt for the beast after World War II, as it is stalked and destroyed in a fateful journey over land and sea. The exciting trilogy concludes with Chosen, in which a band of hunters attempts to end this supernatural chain of events before a renewed cycle of slaughter can begin again.”
Tampa Bay Magazine is a twenty-nine-year institution with a strong circulation. As a major area publication it is dedicated to local focus, with a keen eye toward what the readers of the Tampa Bay area want. To say Kathy is delighted to have caught the magazine’s Books section editor’s eye is an understatement.