Video Trailer: Shepherd’s Moon

Shepherd's Moon by Stacy Mantle

Shepherd's Moon by Stacy MantleIt’s taken Alex twelve years to earn the official title of Shepherd but she’s now mostly trained, fairly effective, and the first female in over two centuries to hold the position as protector of animals. All animals…

Everything changes when a chance encounter with a genetically modified Shifter leaves Alex shaken and initiates a quest to locate its maker. In a desperate bid to save her pack, Alex must infiltrate the Parallax Corporation – an international organization with their hands in everything from biomedical engineering to publishing. They have now expanded their efforts to include terrorism and are attempting to breed the perfect weapon.

Despite years of training and enough money from her live-in pack of misfits to finance a small country, Alex finds herself woefully unprepared to tackle the new threat. To make matters worse, Alex must work with a mysterious man who’s been trying to kill her since the day they met. Together with her pack, Alex must learn how to stop the biological cloning and find those responsible for the plan before it really does become a global threat.

Shepherd’s Moon is available for the Kindle on and in print from both Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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4 thoughts on “Video Trailer: Shepherd’s Moon”

  1. This Novel is a great read, Even for a guy who doesn’t like to read and prefers mystery over fantasy. Non-stop action keeps the story rolling.

  2. Great Trailer – real video movement, animated titles and the dramatic music makes all the difference. well done to the producers. (I’d like to know what software they used to splice it together please). Regards Dave

    1. Thanks Dave! Actually, my sister did it for me and I’m pretty sure she only used the apple movie software. (Sorry I don’t know the name of it! I’ll see if I can get it from her when she’s back in town).

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