Winter Kill

Winter Kill When tourists are murdered in a resort town in the northern mountain range of Minnesota FBI Special Agent Angela Wallace is called in to investigate But what she finds tests her training and sanity

  • Title: Winter Kill
  • Author: Mike Oliveri
  • ISBN: 9780984880041
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Paperback
  • When tourists are murdered in a resort town in the northern mountain range of Minnesota, FBI Special Agent Angela Wallace is called in to investigate But what she finds tests her training and sanity, for what she discovers should not exist Winter Kill is the first book in the ongoing werewolf noir series, The Pack, by Bram Stoker Award winner Mike Oliveri Book two, LieWhen tourists are murdered in a resort town in the northern mountain range of Minnesota, FBI Special Agent Angela Wallace is called in to investigate But what she finds tests her training and sanity, for what she discovers should not exist Winter Kill is the first book in the ongoing werewolf noir series, The Pack, by Bram Stoker Award winner Mike Oliveri Book two, Lie with the Dead, is excerpted in this edition.

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    About “Mike Oliveri

    • Mike Oliveri

      Mike Oliveri is a writer, martial artist, cigar aficionado, motorcyclist, and family man, but not necessarily in that order His Bram Stoker Award winning first novel, Deadliest of the Species, was just reprinted by Evileye Books.

    876 thoughts on “Winter Kill

    • I’d wanted to get a copy of Mike Oliveri’s THE PACK: WINTER KILL since last year. At first, it was released in paperback and for one reason or another I didn’t get around to purchasing it. Then it came out for the Kindle, but it was priced at $9.99 and I decided to hold off on getting it. However, when Evileye Books marked it down to $4.99 for the holiday season, I snatched a copy for my Kindle. I had high expectations for this book based on the buzz I had read about it, and I was not disa [...]


    • These days, it seems everybody is either writing about vampires or zombies, or looking for a series (or doing a combo of all of that) of their own these days. In some ways, the series is nice, in that nobody has to ask if there will be a sequel. It also allows an author the chance to flesh out characters and ideas introduced and still keep books at an easily accessible size. “The Pack: Winter Kill” is Bram Stoker award winner Mike Oliveri’s attempt at throwing his hat in the series ring. F [...]


    • This is my first experience with author Mike Oliveri and I'm quite impressed. His dialogue is some of the tightest, most crisp I've read in a long time, reminiscent of the great Tom Piccirilli. I had no knowledge of the background of these characters which apparently were part of a limited comic book series, but I had no trouble catching up with the new problems in their lives. Oliveri writes with an incredible economy of words, and while this book is a bit short for a novel, I always prefer qua [...]


    • Great Crime/Paranormal Mystery/Thriller. It was a very fun, interesting, and quick read. The characters and the plot kept me interested the entire book, and I read it in one sitting--because I had trouble putting it down! I was surprised at the twist at the end—definitely not expecting that big revelation! Hope the next book comes out soon. I think the second book in the series is going to be even better with some of the Tyler family characters having even bigger, more interesting roles.And wi [...]


    • As editor of this book, I am proud to say it is an inventive, high octane supernatural thriller by Bram Stoker Award Winner, Mike Oliveri.Look for Mike Oliveri's page here on GoodReads. He will be offering commentary and exclusive material to GoodReads members.I hope you enjoy the book as much as we've enjoyed bringing to you.


    • a quick read that is frilled with thrills, supsense, twists and turns. I look firward to the next one.


    • This is an excellent page turning noir/gore/horror novel about a smuggling drop that goes wrong in a bad location.Mike Oliveri does an excellent job of moving the story along at a fast clip towards a breakneck ending that can leave one catching their breath.I say that as a reader, not as a friend of the author, mentioned in the acknowledgments and IN THE STORY!!I look forward to the next installment of The Pack in whatever form it arrives!


    • FIRST READS GIVEAWAY WIN: This was a quick, fun read; the characters and setting combined with snappy dialouge, some cleverly constructed scenes and a side dish of gore was nicely stitched together by Mr. Oliveri. I look forward to following "The Pack" in future installations of this series.



    • Great book. I was glad that the book wasn't all centered around werewolves. The story had a good plot with plenty of action.



    • This book successfully mixes several genres. Detective, crime and horror meet in the mountains and it is one wicked roller coaster ride to the end. This is one tough book. Read it.


    • Half Crime Novel / Half Werewolf FeastLet me start out by saying the writing in this novel is actually quite good. The problem that I had was the schizophrenic nature of the plot. Is it a crime drama or is it a mystery? Because I had not read any of the previous graphic novels, I didn't already know about who was a werewolf. I could have easily guessed. But there is no overt werewolf action in the first 60% of the book. It was simply a matter of fact crime novel. The werewolf story arcs seemed t [...]


    • Full disclosure: Mike Oliveri is a friend of mine. That said, it doesn't matter. I'll give an honest review on anyone.One of Mike's strongest points as a writer mimics him in person. He is capable of delivering both blunt and colorful narrative with economy. He doesn't waste words, doesn't spend time flowering things up, and he's fond of action. He's sort of a noir anti-Anne Rice, if you will. WINTER KILL grabs the myth of lycanthropy, shakes off all the sparklies and corruption attached to it b [...]


    • This thriller was a short, fast paced story with a very simple story line. First in the ‘Werewolf Noir Series; The Pack’. More is promised about the Tyler clan in the upcoming ‘Lie with the Dead’. The men of the Tyler clan are not exactly what they seem. The author uses the characters Native American heritage to advantage with these three shape shifting brothers. Throw in an ambitious female FBI agent and band of cowboy gun runners, a snow storm and a shoot out and your have a pretty goo [...]


    • OK, but not compellingI was tempted by the general atmosphere, but the characters are still more mystery than known, and I felt not enough of a story to really pull me in, and wanting more. Maybe, one day this series will come out in one large volume, and then I just might be interested.


    • When I read that it involved skinheads and a main character who was black that this would be bad. Actually wasn't too bad as a crime/noir,but could have been more exciting. Minimal werewolves didn't help either. They didn't appear until the end.Hot mess that perhaps would have been better as a comic book.


    • Left me wanting more. Sighw I have to find all the books in the series and I already promised my husband I would read everything I already had before I bought more books. I guess he will have to live with disappointment. great fast read but it definitely left me needing to find out more about this family.


    • Book 1 of a series about werewolves, gun-runners and FBI agents. Good mix of characters set in the north where wolves occur naturally, which is a good place for unnatural wolves to hang out. I enjoyed the story though I don't know if I'll look for the rest of the series. It just didn't grab me, though that is purely personal preference, not a knock on the writing.


    • OK, but not compelling.I was tempted by the general atmosphere, but the characters are still more mystery than known, and I felt not enough of a story to really pull me in, and wanting more. Maybe, one day this series will come out in one large volume, and then I just might be interested.


    • I am hard-pressed to find any redeeming or negative qualities of this book, aside from the aforementioned gratuitous sex scene culminating in an aggressive altercation amongst a group of male humans.


    • A little mind numbing to read. Also quite confusing to follow which character was involved in what was going on.


    • Just a great readI couldn't put this book down. If you like werewolf novels, then this book is for you. I hope this series continues, looking forward to the next one!


    • I read this book when it first came out, and I've been waiting (impatiently) ever since for a sequel or another installment in the series. Mike, write some more of these things, will ya?



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