The Man With Two Shadows

by Tristan Black Wolf



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/26/2012

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 260
ISBN : 9781468562996
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 1
ISBN : 9781496945310

About the Book

Have you ever felt uncomfortable in your own skin?
Maybe there’s a reason…

Jeremiah Pym is a private detective – not the flashy gun-toting gumshoe of old, but a quiet, respectable shamus of modern day who earns a modest living on domestic intrigues and background checks. After being hired for what should be a routine surveillance job, Jeremiah witnesses a kidnapping, barely escaping with his life. The next day, however, not a trace remains of any kidnapping… or anything else that he saw.

Trying to put the puzzle pieces together leads the detective on a convoluted chase that brings into question everything that he’s ever known about himself. With the help of his Native American mentor, Edgard Moon Bear, Jeremiah discovers that the key to the mystery may be found in another world – a world where therianthropes (human/animal hybrids) are the sentient beings, and where hundreds of years of slow change has allowed some of these beings to wield magical powers.

As Jeremiah learns the secrets of his own past, he comes to learn who and what he is… and why his existence is central to the continued survival of two worlds.

About the Author

Tristan Black Wolf is an author, actor, improvist, pathfinder, pundit, and polymath. When he’s not occupied looking up fancy words to describe himself, he writes and publishes novels, stories, blogs, the odd screenplay or twenty, and various observations about the world at large. The year 2011 C.E. seems to have become his “Year of the Furry” – nearly everything he wrote involved therianthropes or anthromorphs. He scored a hat trick of short story acceptances: “Impossible Things,” in Children of the Moon (Misanthrope Press); “The Dare,” in Allasso (Pink Fox Publications); and “Lunatics,” in NAF #27 (North American Fur). He is a proud member of North American Fur and of the Furry Writers’ Guild. As this book goes to press, he is participating in the 2011 National Novel Writing Month competition (; to find out if he’s won, or to read his other observations about writing, publishing, and the wonderful world of words, visit him at his blog,