Spinners by Robert Perry
“I’m an entomologist.”
“You study . . . bugs?”
“Yes.” After a long pause she said, “The cowboy was right
— there is a monster.”
“No. This one is real. Very real. Too real.”
“What is it?”
“You won’t believe me.”
Something strange is happening in Glenville, a resort town near the Granite Mountains. Two men steal a
truck and end dead with their insides missing. A steer and a ram are sucked out. A tabloid reporter claims
there’s a monster. The mayor blames wild dogs. Park Ranger Brad Davis is baffled. The autopsy of the
two men brings entomologist Jan Spaulding to town with startling information. She convinces Brad to go
hunting. What they find puts their lives at risk and uncovers an evil corporation hiding a dangerous secret.
Brad and Jan must overcover skeptical authorities, expose the evil doers, and battle the monsters of the
In Spinners, retired judge Robert J. Perry ventures far from the world of true crime into the realm of science
fiction to entertain and educate readers.