Kenmore, WA, April 14, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Local independent Iron Wolf Publishing author Dale Crowe has unleashed a new full-length novel available in print and electronic (e-book) media. His latest book, The Iron Wolves of Elbe, is a hard-hitting yet lighthearted paranormal romance that offers a fresh new take on lycanthropy.
Elements of the story include a gay writer, a pack of biker werewolves living near the Rainier National Forest and several interesting supporting characters. While some of the violence can be quite graphic, the sex isn't. The author is a firm believer in the idea that the reader's imagination provides the best aphrodisiac.
Dale Crowe currently lives in Kenmore, Washington with his partner of more than a decade. He was SGT in the US Army and has a degree in Electronics Engineering. After leaving the Army he worked in IT for over ten years and is now writing novels and screenplays. He enjoys being active in the local Furry community, karaoke, playing guitar and doing what he tries to convince everyone is "singing". Local opinions vary.
The Killing Moon, Dale's first publication is a novella comprised of the first three chapters of The Iron Wolves of Elbe. Dale released The Killing Moon as a stand-alone e-book through Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing. The novella was well received and generated thousands of downloads and positive reviews from readers.
The Iron Wolves of Elbe will be available in print and as an e-book through Amazon and Smashwords.
For further information visit http://www.amazon.com/DaleCrowe/e/B0080P021E