D. Allen Rutherford Author Interview
D. Allen Rutherford is a former army officer and decorated veteran of the First Gulf War (1990/91). He holds a B. S. degree in management and an MBA degree. After leaving the Army he and his family lived in the Middle East where, for several years he worked as an independent consultant facilitating industrial development programs in developing countries throughout the Middle East, North Africa and Asia. After returning to the United States, he settled down in central Arkansas, where he taught a year as an adjunct professor and three years as a science teacher in secondary education before deciding to devote his time and energy to writing science and historical fiction novels.
Combining his interest in science and history with his love of writing, D. Allen attempts to create exciting and refreshingly unique fiction novels layered with controversial issues associated with fringe science, history, and political intrigue, leaving the reader to wonder, "Is this really possible? Could this really happen?".
Wargs: Curse of Misty Hollow
Werewolves are no longer creatures of myth and legend; today, human-animal hybrids are being created in labs around the world. Imagine a hybrid creature with human cognitive intellect, with no soul. When Dr. Matthew Kershaw is asked to investigate a strange wolf attack on a forest ranger, he hopes to discover a new cryptid wolf species. What he finds is beyond belief and soon finds himself in a desperate struggle for survival.
Wargs: Outcast is the heart pounding and gripping conclusion to the Wargs Trilogy. It’s been three years since the bloody and gruesome battle in the remote wilderness near Misty Hollow. A battle Matt believed ended the harrowing threat against the peaceful residents of Misty Hollow. Since then, they have learned to maintain a peaceful co-existence with the wargs. Meanwhile, sinister forces have been working to resurrect a program to create the ultimate transgenic human-animal hybrid, bringing possible new threats to the valley’s residents.