Tuesday, May 5, 2020


How is everyone today? I hope this blog finds you and your family healthy and in good spirits. My family and I have been complying with the "Stay at Home" orders here in New Orleans and I think we have benefitted from it in many ways. The benefits out way the risks of going out. We have become a closer family having to rely on each other, we are cooking at home and eating together, we are reading and discussing things, and we are using our backyard for entertaining and grilling. All of these things I am grateful for.

When I think back on what my parents and grandparents endured, I get chills. All of my grandparents help during the war and my two grandmothers were Rosie the Riveter. Going to war is never easy, but when the only thing I'm being asked to do is stay at home to stay healthy and not hoard toilet paper and meat, these are simple requests. Our country has fought many wars on the battlefield and now the war is in our streets. I pray that all stay healthy and make wise decisions as if your and your family's lives depend on it. Oh, wait! It does.

Now that I have gotten that off my chest, I want to tell you about a book written by Lee J. Minter called "In Sheep's Clothing." This books isn't for everyone, but it is by all accounts a thriller that will capture your attention, especially if you like werewolves. Take a look.


Something deadly is stalking and killing the residents one by one in a small town in South Dakota. Is it man, beast or both? No one knows for sure. But one thing is certain, time is running out as the body count and carnage rises before the next blood moon comes, and something more deadlier awakens and takes it's place.

Product details

  • Paperback: 421 pages
  • Publisher: Top Circle Publishing (October 24, 2018)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1732775338
  • ISBN-13: 978-1732775336
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 1.1 x 8 inches


Lee J. Minter is an avid fan of horror and suspense movies and states that his inspiration to write comes from watching old television series like "The Twilight Zone" "Night Gallery" and "The Night Stalker" he currently resides in Las Vegas with his wife and their little doggie named Cody who he describes as a handful. He states that he enjoys the creative process of writing and at the same time entertaining the reader with what he hopes is a good suspenseful story or tale once it is completed.