Tricksters

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Pub Date 25 Jul 2024 | Archive Date 30 Jul 2024

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Description

“I love how author N.L. McLaughlin opens her stories in the middle of the action and sets the tone of the story from there.” –Rabia Tanveer, Reader's Favorite

For generations, the Tricksters have inhabited the mountains of west Texas. Preying off unwitting travelers, the pack's existence remains a well-kept secret.

On a road trip, Ash and her friends make the fateful decision to stop in the dusty little town of Sierra Diablo where they meet a handsome and charismatic local named Caleb and his peculiar group of friends.

Later that night, a frightened young girl stumbles into their campsite, begging for help.

What follows is a night of terror as Ash and her friends fight for their lives against a pack of bloodthirsty coyote shapeshifters.

When she fails to return home, Ash's older brother, Matt, sets out to find her. Upon arrival in Sierra Diablo, he realizes that there's something odd about this tiny desert town. Determined to uncover the truth, he investigates further.

As he slowly uncovers the truth, Matt realizes some secrets are better left undisclosed.

When searching for answers, be careful that you don't come to regret what you find.

“I love how author N.L. McLaughlin opens her stories in the middle of the action and sets the tone of the story from there.” –Rabia Tanveer, Reader's Favorite

For generations, the Tricksters have...


A Note From the Publisher

Nancy was born and raised in Massachusetts. After serving in the USMC, she returned home and went to college. Not long after, she moved to California and married. Six kids and multiple moves around the US later, she and her family call Texas home.

Nancy was born and raised in Massachusetts. After serving in the USMC, she returned home and went to college. Not long after, she moved to California and married. Six kids and multiple moves around...


Advance Praise

"Tricksters by N.L. McLaughlin is a fast-paced, well-written, entertaining thriller packed with action. I was constantly on the edge of my seat every time the pack of coyotes began their hunt. This book has now become one of my favorites. Well done!" -Readers' Favorite

"The geography in Tricksters alone is enough to make you feel exposed; rural, dark, cut off and miles away from anything that could offer protection. But, that's not what will make your skin crawl and your heart race with this book. Like the human prey in the story, reading Tricksters will leave you outmatched, outwitted and outmaneuvered from beginning to end." -M.N. Seeley, author of A Flicker of Shadows

"McLaughlin's Tricksters soaks into your mind like blood on dusty earth. Bound with a glue made from distillations of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, The Hamiltons, and Wrong Turn, the words seemingly scrawled on the barren sands of the Texas desert, Tricksters is a toothy and welcome addition to the world of rural horror. I certainly won't be camping in Texas anytime soon after reading this." -Jacy Morris, author of This Rotten World

"N.L. McLaughlin delivers a compelling if not original plot, rendering nail-biting suspense and a story that engages with the reader emotionally." -Abby Lane, BookBub

"Tricksters by N.L. McLaughlin is a fast-paced, well-written, entertaining thriller packed with action. I was constantly on the edge of my seat every time the pack of coyotes began their hunt. This...


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ISBN 9781685134518
PRICE US$5.99 (USD)
PAGES 276

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