V AMPIRES AREN’T SUPERNATURAL; they’re just WILD
The real monsters are the people who raise them in kennels.
Check it out in WILD MEAT, a story of nocturnal primates, medieval
drawings, transnational mobsters, and a strange new phenomenon on the
Lonely-Planet-reading backpackers’ circuit.
Fleeing on foot through the central African rainforest after a botched attempt to spy on loggers, Amy Kellet comes across the carcass of something that looks a lot like a bush baby – except that it’s at least ten times too big.
Her description of the find on a zoological web forum is ignored by scientists, but not by others who would prefer that the animals’ existence not be publicized.
She also draws the attention of amateur historian Stephen Stokes, who sends Amy images of something that’s a pretty close match with the creature she saw. He says the drawings are from the Middle Ages and the Spanish Conquest. He says he’s got a storage locker full of them, but wants her to keep it quiet because they’re stolen goods.
Working together, Amy and Stephen begin to understand the connection between his medieval evidence and her recent find. While working out what made the beasts valuable in the distant past, they struggle to stay ahead of present-day thugs who have a high-stakes interest in keeping the animals a secret.
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