The Wild Damned

A masked serial killer in Ohio is forecasting the apocalypse. Called "The Carrion Crow," he believes an ancient prophecy about the savagery of mankind is coming to pass. Two fierce souls could prove him right. Stacia Rose is a college student. Lon Stoesz is a burned out combat vet. Their intense fascination with the dark leads them to confront him, their inner demons and an ultimate revelation. More

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Published: March 23, 2013
Words: 86,930
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301366941
About Stephen Pytak

Stephen Pytak is a novelist who writes thrillers about the dark side of human nature. He also enjoys bringing his characters to life through art, photos and film.

As of February 2012, he has written and self-published three novels; written 3 songs related to his characters and produced them with three different musicians; and directed 5 films of varying lengths.

When not writing fiction, he works as a reporter for a daily newspaper. He resides in Pennsylvania.

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