Book cover artwork for Hunt of the Sea Wolves by book cover illustrator Duncan Long

The Kindle version of Hunt of the Sea Wolves is now available at:

Interestingly, the original color version becomes grayscale — because the Kindle is currently color blind. I expect that to change in the near future, but for now, a book illustrator must take a little care to keep the cover illustration contrasts in the light/dark end of things rather than only contrasts of colors that will all become black when converted to grayscale (resulting in the old black cat in a dark room effect).

Here’s a blurb about the book:

Special Agent James Parris, of Homeland Security, heads up a team of professional terrorist hunter-killers that is called on when not one or two, but three liquefied natural gas ships are hijacked by ruthless members of the Abu Sayyaf Group, one of several military Islamist separatist organizations in the Philippines.

Parris and his team must stop the ships before the vessels reach their intended targets or hundreds of thousands of citizens of three countries will die in horrific explosions that can vaporize entire cities.

This is a political-thriller/modern-day pirate tale about terrorists and a SpecOps team of hunter-killers who must stop the ships before they reach large city ports and blow them up (with each ship having the destruction potential of several nuclear bombs).

If you enjoy a good adventure story, check out Hunt of the Sea Wolves.

Duncan Long is a freelance magazine and book illustrator for HarperCollins, PS Publishing, Pocket Books, Solomon Press, Fort Ross, ISFiC Press, and many other publishers and self-publishing authors. See his book illustrations at: Duncan’s Book Cover Portfolio