In this book, Shane does a little more traveling, a little more hunting and, well, let’s not be coy about it, a little more killing.

There’s a tad bit more to this one, though. Someone to keep your eye on. I won’t say who or why, though I will say this: We’re about to say hello to an old friend.

But this particular chapter in Shane’s life is drawing to a close.

Not that Shane is retiring, mind you. No, let me put you at ease about that.

Shane’s still got a few good years left in him. And he’s a fighter.

I think we all know that by now.

And we know he’s angry.

Why wouldn’t he be? Shane is a just and righteous man, despite the way he goes about punishing the wicked at times.

And that’s what we’re getting to. The punishment. He’s going to the source, he’s going to dig in and dig deep.

What else can he do? There’s a compulsion within him, a force that drives him forward to right injustices and to punish the wicked.

And there are certainly quite a few to punish here. Some creating new problems for our hero.

But that’s trouble for another day.

For now, dear reader, I give you the last book in the Soul Collector series.

I hope you enjoy reading just as much as Nick and I enjoyed writing it.

Soul Master (Soul Collector Series Book 3) is now available on Amazon!

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See you in the shadows,

Ron Ripley