Wolfpack Publishing has signed a multi-book, multi-year deal with award-winning writer Terrence McCauley.
Wolfpack will not only republish McCauley’s acclaimed University Series of novels (Sympathy for the Devil, A Murder of Crows, A Conspiracy of Ravens), but also his series of New York Crime Novels (The Devil Dogs of Belleau Wood, Against the Ropes, Prohibition, Slow Burn and The Fairfax Incident).
Wolfpack will also be publishing two new novels from McCauley. The Wandering Man, set in 1927 Manhattan, finds corrupt NYPD Detective Charlie Doherty on the trail of a mad man preying on the city’s weakest citizens. Doherty must weave his way through an endless maze of corruption, brutality, and madness of the city’s underworld to find this predator before his horrific crimes tear the city apart.
Mike Bray, President and CEO of Wolfpack Publishing, said, “We are delighted to have Terrence join our impressive roster of authors. We believe that our readers will enjoy reading his existing novels just as much as they’ll enjoy his new books. We look forward to working with him for years to come.”
“The Wolfpack team is doing some amazing work that could help revolutionize the publishing industry,” said McCauley. “I’m honored they wanted to publish my new and existing work and I appreciate their confidence in me. I promise my new and old readers that we’re just getting started.”