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Summary

What would you do to protect your family?
 

Keith Klein, a beat cop in the small New Mexico town of Montaño, sets out to find his missing daughters after they vanish on their way home from school. He enlists the help of Gerald Greenwood, an old friend and a private investigator. When their investigation stalls and desperation creeps in, Keith’s methods become unorthodox, illegal, and extremely violent.
 

Meanwhile, Keith’s daughters, 14-year-old Carrie and eight-year-old Allison, witness horrors beyond imagination at the Wolves’ Den, a house in the middle of nowhere. In that house, a group of psychopaths in animal masks produce snuff films and other disturbing content for clients across the globe.
 

Jon Athan, the provocative author behind Dr. Sadist and Lovesick, delivers another dark and disturbing horror novel filled with mystery, suspense, and gore. Can you handle a visit to the Wolves’ Den?
 

Warning: This novel contains graphic content. Listener discretion is advised.

©2019 Jonathan Sixtos (P)2019 Jonathan Sixtos

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Sequel Pleeeease

I don't know where to start........Okay, I came upon this author by chance, and I'm so very glad I did.
The book grabbed you from the very first page, and took you along at breakneck speed, all the way to the very end. You just knew from the very first act of violence in the woods, these men had no souls or consciences what so ever. Just when you think, things can't get any worse, they do.....In the shape of a masochist, narcissist, sociopath called Riley Watts.
Riley Watts, is your worst nightmare, whether you be man, woman or child.
Just when you think he's done his worst, he does something that has you squeezing your eyes tight shut, because the description of his actions, are so vivid, it's like you are there.
Keith, the girls father, goes above and beyond in every effort to find his daughters, and their friend, but what he finds changes him, and the whole family forever.
The narrator, Mr Harry Roger Williams, really brought the story and the characters to life.
Jon Athan, please never stop writing your books, the way you do. I have thoroughly enjoyed this one, and as soon as I have finished this review, I am going to find another one.
I really do hope you write a sequel, perhaps Keith could become a vigilante, meting out justice, on behalf of those who can't.

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ok book

not for me book
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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A Tale of Revenge

This book focuses more on torture and revenge for the information he needs to find his kidnapped daughters. There isn't much more to say other than it reminded me of the movie Taken with Liam Neeson. The torture scenes were gruesome and very detailed but I personally don't think they were any worse than watching something like the movie Hostel. I think they may have shocked some listeners because they were described in so much detail but when you're listening rather than seeing they have to be described in detail in order for you to get the full effect of what this father is willing to do in order to get his girls back. If you liked the movies Taken or Hostel then you'll like this book. The narration was not the best, it sounded robotic but if you can get past that the book was good.

I was provided a free copy of this book at my request for my honest and unbiased review.

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  • timj26
  • 11-12-19

Loved it

One of the best hardcore horror authors Jon athan gets better with every book
This was a heavy subject handled tastefully
Excellent narration from Harry as usual
Highly recommended and guaranteed to make you squirm
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  • Kindle Customer
  • 17-09-22

Never Disappoints!!

loved this book. only flaw was the narrator. but I powered through it cause it was an awesome story. would love to see another wolf's den burn!!!

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  • Vicki
  • 14-04-20

Into the Wolves' Den

This was a disturbing read. Jon Athan does not disappoint when you want something horrific and gruesome to read. Some of the descriptions were totally horrific and gruesome—kind of like watching a train wreck where you can’t stop listening. I really enjoy Jon Athan’s writing style. He has a knack for writing gruesomeness. This book held my attention throughout wondering what form a torture would happen next.

Harry Roger Williams did an OK job with the narration. I received this free copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • 21-12-19

Needs a different narrator

the story deserved to be read with passion..a good narrator would have made the reader feel the heartbreak, the terror..the emotion!
this did not

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  • 04-07-22

Decent story, buuuuut...

What in the name of elementary school speech class is going on with this narrator? His speech pattern and the inflections in his voice are so strange. I can't figure out if he's hard of hearing, has an impediment, or is just from California or something. I was surprised to see he narrates a lot of books. It's like hiring a narcoleptic as a night watchman.

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  • Zoraida Nieves
  • 19-04-22

Exceptional

Although scary at the thought that these things are actually happening in this crazy world. Jon Athan's writting is so on point that I feel like watching the scenes from a hole in the wall. I love all his books and always eagerly look forward to the next.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 27-03-22

Jon Athan does it again!

These books might not be for everyone considering how dark and disturbing they can be. But for me they are everything I want and more. Jon Athan never disappoints when it comes to drawing you in and holding your attention for what’s coming next. Similar to his book The Groomer I really enjoyed Into The Wolves Den! I also appreciate it being a longer book. Can’t wait for more of his future audiobooks!!

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  • Michael
  • 24-03-22

What a ride!

I am a new fan and plan on reading more from Jon Athan. This book is definitely not for the squeamish and like the author says, it's just a book. There is some crazy nasty monsters out there and this book portrays alot of them.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 04-08-21

After the first chapter I was hooked!

It was gory and very disturbing — the narrator’s portrayal of the bad guys’ voices creeped the hell outta me. I was disgusted by a lot of their actions yet this happens in real life. There needs to be more officers of law or dad’s with that commitment and bad-assery in the world.

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  • L. Raguso
  • 15-07-21

Extreme

This book was full of extreme violent and graphic scenes of torture. If that is your kink- you will love this book, if not, stay away.
The narrator was a bit sluggish at times but at a temp of 1.5 he was a lot easier to deal with.

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