Book Of The Day – Dogs Of War

by Greg on March 2, 2012

Today’s Book Of The Day is a highly rated bargain Horror/Thriller novella by Bradley Convissar. Dogs of War has a great 4.3 star rating and is only 99 cents! This is a great book for less than a dollar, so if you like horror/ghost stories make sure to check this one out.

“A very good ghost story involving dogs and revenge. I enjoyed reading Dogs of War from beginning to the end. Dogs of War did not turn out how i had imagined it would from the synopsis and it was much better. I would recommend Dogs of War to anyone looking for a great ghost/supernatural story.” M.M. – Amazon Reviewer

Dogs of War
by Bradley Convissar
Rating: 4.3 Stars
Category: Horror/Thriller
Price: $0.99


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After divorcing his wife of two years, Gary Lettner thinks he has found the perfect house for himself and Molly, his eight-year-old daschund.

But when the throats of the dead begin to cry out in a voice that only Molly can hear, and when evidence of past atrocities committed in his new home begin to surface, Gary finds himself an unlikely participant in a brutal quest for vengeance.

Dogs of War is a 25,000 word novella, a tale of love, revenge and sacrifice unlike anything you’ve read before. Some crimes are too horrible to go unpunished, no matter the cost.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

This is a well written book that takes you on a journey of horror beyond the human comprehension. This is not normally my particular cup of tea; but I was truly fascinated with the storyline and the weaving in and out of the details to get to the final conclusion. If you are a fan of horror, thrillers, or dark fiction, I highly recommend this book.


I found myself comparing him to Stephen King, mainly because I have a hard time getting into his books, but once I do I am hooked. And it was this way with Dogs of War. I was horrified when he made a ghastly discovery in the basement and understood Molly’s and the ghosts need for vengeance. It all led up to an ending that did have me hooked, unable to put my kindle down until the conclusion.


Highly recommended for anyone who likes paranormal intrigue. Especially recommended for animal lovers and animal rights proponents. But really anyone who has ever looked into the eyes of a dog and seen a soul residing within will enjoy the message this story delivers.


There were times in the book that Convissar’s writing reminded me of Poe or Verne. While set in the present, there is a distinct Victorian feel to his work and I look forward to reading more. All in all, DOGS OF WAR is a well-written ghost story that drags the reader into a feeling of comfort before stabbing him or her in the heart with horror.

Get Dogs Of War here: Dogs of War

About The Author

Not much interesting to say about myself. I was born on Fort Benning Army Base in Georgia in 1977 but spent most of my formative years in southern NJ, outside of Philadelphia. I attended Tulane University in New Orleans in the late nineties, where I earned by bachelors degree in evolutionary biology. I spent the next four years in scenic Newark, New Jersey, earning my DMD from The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.

Now in my thirties, I find myself living back in the same zip code I grew up in, but in a different house and with my own family. I have a son and a daughter and a diabetic Daschund named Friday who is prematurely going blind.

When I am not filling cavities or performing root canals or extracting teeth or fabricating dentures, or writing, I spend my time playing with my kids, playing video games (love my Wii and 3DS), reading comic books (yes, I am a geek and proud of it) and rooting on my beloved Philadelphia Phillies or less than beloved Philadelphia Eagles.

My favorite authors, in case you are wondering, include: Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Clive Barker, Richard Matheson, Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child, Simon Green, Jim Butcher, and Jeffery Deaver.

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