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Plato Wyngard and the Guild of Wolves

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Plato Wyngard and Luther Macbeth are now agents for the Guild of Wolves. Their first mission appears straight forward: Locate The Axe of Perun, the legendary weapon of the ancient Slavic God of Thunder. Their operation was destined for failure from the very beginning.

Left to die in Prague, they struggle to make sense of the forces that are pitted against them.
In their search for the mystical axe, they will face off against Russian soldiers, rogue Guild operatives, and a beast born from a Hellmouth. They'll trek from catacombs under ancient Roman bath houses, King Arthur's final resting place, and deep into Siberia where a battle with an ancient order of pagan warriors has been brewing long enough.

Pushed to their limits, can Plato and Luther achieve the impossible? Will their first mission be their last?

306 pages, ebook

Published June 21, 2018

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About the author

Marc Lindsay

12 books47 followers
Born in 1972, Katherine, NT and married with three children I have always loved to read in particular fantasy fiction. My favourite authors include JRR Tolkien, Robert E Howard, Stephen King, Raymond E Feist and the awesome Matthew Reilly. Growing up I was always a bit of a geek, in particular my love of comics and horror movies, something that has stayed with me well into my “mature years”.

I was a soldier in the Australian Defence Force for nearly 20 years, having served on operations in Rwanda and East Timor, and later an instructor at the School of Infantry. I'm a qualified cinema graphic make-up artist, having trained under Oscar winner Peter Frampton, I had high aspirations of being the next Tom Savini. I enjoy keeping fit, reading and annoying my kids.

I still love cheesy B grade movies in particular anything with zombies and I love hanging out with my brothers every chance I get, both of whom are successful writers in their own respective fields.

Writing Perigord has been an immensely satisfying journey and one that has yet to reach its final destination.

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921 reviews70 followers
July 8, 2018
Lord Acton : “An individual’s morality would decrease as their power grew.”
The Lindsay bros have come up with a high octane fast paced and action full story again! I may even say one of the best plots! Disastrous and impossible situations, cryptic ancient codes to decipher, persecutions through different countries, distrustful associates...
Humanitarian and life guarding is our heroes motivation, even though the ultimate price to pay is with their lives. A compelling, emotional and thoughtful thriller, I was grasped and hooked from the beginning till the end!
Deliciously nerve wrecking!
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285 reviews
December 18, 2018
Excellent read

From throughout Europe and easy to Mongolia and Siberia, Plato and Luther engage enemy after enemy to find the treasure and save the world. Again!
Don't delay in reading this installment of the pairs adventures. You won't be disappointed!
August 12, 2018
What a great book! I loved the story, and the ongoing search for clues. The storyline was really well paced with just the right balance of action and tension to keep me wanting more. There are some unexpected twists to keep things really interesting. I can't wait for the next book in the series!!
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7 reviews
November 12, 2018
Same again, I loved it, it truely was a thriller, a rollercoaster of excitement you might say.
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