Animal Rights Fiction

Persimmon Takes on Humanity (The Enlightenment Adventures: Book One)

By Christopher Locke 

Animal rights fictionWhat would you do if you saw someone committing unimaginable acts of cruelty? Turn the other way or defend those in need—no matter the cost? That’s the dilemma thrust upon Persimmon, a clever and compassionate raccoon, and her loyal forest friends. Instantly, the courageous critters spring into action, risking their own lives to rescue any animal they see suffering at the hands of humans. What the team doesn’t know is just how rampant this violence really is, and soon their exciting rescue missions turn shockingly dangerous and deadly. Will they succeed in saving the animals of the world from humans’ brutality, or will they fall victim to the powerful system of abuse they’re trying so desperately to end? Nathan Runkle, Founder and President of Mercy for Animals says, “Powerful, captivating and inspiring! By the time you turn the last page, this book will have changed your life.” An interview with Christopher Locke. Available on Amazon.

The Chain (The Kinship Series) (Volume One)

By Robin Lamont 

Animal Rights FictionA seasoned and passionate animal welfare investigator is drawn into the lives of a damaged family in a small town that depends on a meat packing plant for its survival. Jude Brannock has been summoned to Bragg Falls to meet with a whistleblower who has documented the dangerous conditions for workers and the brutal treatment of pigs about to be slaughtered at D&M Processing. But when she arrives, she finds that her contact has committed suicide and the video he made is gone. The deeper she probes, the more the town’s residents turn against her—afraid that an exposé will shut down the plant. But beyond the local resistance, there is a more sinister force that will do anything to hide what is happening behind the secretive doors of the slaughterhouse. Robin Lamont has been an actress on Broadway, an undercover investigator in New York City and Assistant District Attorney in New York. Now a writer, Robin volunteers for animal welfare organizations, trying to raise awareness about the plight of animals throughout the world.

Visit Robin’s website at The Kinship Series. Available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

The Trap (The Kinship Series) (Volume Two)

By Robin Lamont

Animal Rights FictionBook #2 in The Kinship Series. On a rare vacation out west, animal rights investigator Jude Brannock fulfills a lifelong dream of seeing wolves in the wild. The wonder of the moment is shattered when she learns that a Wildlife Services trapper has been murdered and the main suspect is an ALF member and a man she once loved. Jude’s search for the real killer takes her undercover where she collides with a government agency that is methodically destroying the wildlife she is determined to protect. Robin notes that The Trap was set in motion by a story told to me by Anja Heister of In Defense of Animals. Robin Lamont has been an actress on Broadway, an undercover investigator in New York City and Assistant District Attorney in New York. Now a writer, Robin volunteers for animal welfare organizations, trying to raise awareness about the plight of animals throughout the world.

Visit Robin’s website at The Kinship Series. Available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

The Awareness

By Gene Stone and Jon Doyle

ANIMAL RIGHTS FICTIONOn a day like any other, all mammals suddenly gain human-level consciousness-and begin a systematic attack on human kind. Among the ranks of these animals are a bear in the Canadian Rockies, an elephant in a traveling circus in Texas, a pig on a hog farm in North Carolina, and a dog living with his beloved owner in New York. As these four contend with the realities of who they were before the awareness, and who they must now become after it, they are each called to battle. The animals must then fight two wars: the one outside between mammals and humans, and the one inside each of their minds. Gene Stone is a former Peace Corps volunteer, journalist, and editor. He is also the author or ghostwriter of thirty-five books, including Forks Over Knives. Jon Doyle has been a restaurateur, screenwriter, and a journalist. Available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

 

 

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