Grizzly Killer: White Snake (Wolfpack Publishing, $6.99) is the eighth book in Lane R. Warenski’s series of novels about Zach Connors, the white man known as Grizzly Killer. The year is 1831 in the lands of the Shoshone, Cheyenne and Arapaho people. Getting a late start in obtaining food for the upcoming winter, Connors and his family must follow the buffalo herds far too near the tribal lands. Blue Dog, Cheyenne chief, enlists the help of powerful medicine man White Snake to avenge his brother’s death at Connor’s hands. One caveat: This is not a book for the squeamish. The reader will learn more than ever imagined about Indian methods of torturing an enemy to death.
—James J. Griffin, author of Blood Ties