The Way of the Shadow Wolves, a novel by Stevan SeagalOn December 22, 2017 by Kenna
I can’t quite beleive this is real: a novel by former movie star and Putin pal Steven Seagal, with a foreword by racist Sheriff Joe Arpaio, titled “The Way of the Shadow Wolves”, with a cover that looks like a photoshopped parody of itself.
This is the story of an Arizona Tribal police officer who stumbles onto one of the of the biggest cases in the history of the Southwest. He is a member of an elite group within the Native American communities known as The Shadow Wolves. What comes with his discovery is the uncovering of massive corruption in places where he once had placed his total trust.
It’s $0 on Amazon Prime and 236 pages long. It’s 11 p.m. and I have a freakish suspicion that if I start, I won’t stop. So I won’t.
Here’s the first paragraph, which is also, of course, the first page:
Behold the reviews:
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