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WW28 book offering: Wolfhound Century by Peter Higgins

The wounded came at the rear.

Doesn’t sound like it is a good thing to be wounded…

About Wolfhound Century:

Investigator Vissarion Lom has been summoned to the capital in order to catch a terrorist — and ordered to report directly to the head of the secret police. A totalitarian state, worn down by an endless war, must be seen to crush home-grown insurgents with an iron fist. But Lom discovers Mirgorod to be more corrupted than he imagined: a murky world of secret police and revolutionaries, cabaret clubs and doomed artists.

Lom has been chosen because he is an outsider, not involved in the struggle for power within the party. And because of the sliver of angel stone implanted in his head.

Source: Info in the About Wolfhound Century was taken from GoodReads at on 06/04/2013.

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10/04/2013 - Posted by | meme, Peter Higgins, WW28


  1. Oooo drama to follow. Great teaser.

    Comment by Juju at Tales of | 10/04/2013 | Reply

  2. Sounds interesting šŸ™‚

    Comment by Blodeuedd | 10/04/2013 | Reply

  3. Well, at least they were at the back? lol. Thank you!

    Comment by Melissa (My words and pages) | 11/04/2013 | Reply

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