September 14, 2007 11:01 ET

Werewolves Return in Clint Romag's "Search For The Werewolf," the Sequel to "The Werewolf Manuscript"

Clint Romag Will Be Signing Copies of His Book at the West Hollywood Book Fair September 30, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - September 14, 2007) - Two years have passed since the events in "The Werewolf Manuscript." In Clint Romag's newest novel, "Search For The Werewolf," Cameron Rossin's harrowing journey contines. Having fled Longview, Washington to start a new life in Los Angeles, he soon learns that he can't outrun his past. The curse that he has fought so hard to control begins growing stronger. If that wasn't enough, dark packs of werewolves are hunting him, getting closer everyday, led by the ruthless Brennan. Members of a secret organization are also looking for him. What are their intentions and what will they do when they find him? Cameron's world is about to shatter as all these forces collide searching for the werewolf.

"Cameron Rossin's life was destroyed in the first book and he tries to start over hiding away in Los Angeles," Clint Romag said. "He's struggling with his inner demons and searching for a purpose in life. You can only hide away from your problems for so long. The curse inside him begins to build again as packs of werewolves descend into Los Angeles to kill him. That's where the action takes off. Cameron will have to confront his enemies head on or die trying. He will also have to find meaning in his life."

"This is book two in what will be a five-part series," Clint Romag said. "It's probably my only book that will take place in Los Angeles. I wanted to capture the action in the iconic locales of Hollywood, West Hollywood, Santa Monica and Malibu."

About the Author

Clint Romag grew up in Longview, WA, where stories of Bigfoot roaming the forests outside his small town influenced the direction of his writing. He graduated from Western Washington University, and currently lives in Los Angeles. Romag has written several novels including "The Unleashing" and "A Spreading Madness."

Note to Editors: The Author is available for interviews. Pictures and review copies of "Search For The Werewolf" are available upon request. "Search For The Werewolf" is available at, and at Barnes & Noble for $12.95. For more information please visit

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