*The final book in the trilogy.*


Douglas Kirk is having a bad week.


Not only are groups of human hunters after him, whole werewolf packs have orders to kill him on sight, forcing him to flee Halifax without identification, money, weapons, or even his phone.

If he wants to survive, he’ll have to evade the killers on his trail, travel across the country to confront the elusive elders, and learn the truth behind the order that made him what he is.

All he has to do is control his insatiable hunger for wereflesh just a little longer…





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“Breeds 3” contains violence and coarse language. Approx. 400 pages, or 126,000 words.

Books in the “Breeds” series:

Breeds (Book 1)

Breeds 2

Breeds 3


Audiobook listeners… no word on when the audio version will be released. All depends on when Podium can get Sean into the studio. Check here for updates in a few months…


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This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Joe

    Do you have an update on audiobook yet? I sent Sean Runnette a message to hurry the hell up or I’ll have to Kathy Bates his ass. Love your books.

    1. Keith


      Please do not Kathy Bates his ass.

      No, sorry, no update. Don’t worry, I’ll post the news as soon as Podium lets me know. 🙂 Happy to hear the books worked for you.

  2. Joe

    Thanks love your books!

  3. AndyB

    Just wanted to let you know I got the first Breeds in a 2 for 1 special on Audible. I think Sean Runette does an outstanding job telling the stories. Can’t wait to hear the last of the “Breeds” from you and him.

  4. Shayne

    Can you please explain why you felt the need to kill off Moses, or at the very least tell me why he had to go down like a punk ass without a fight. Very distressing.

    1. Keith

      SPOILERS!! (For those of you who haven’t read “Breeds.”)

      Heightened Tension. To illustrate that the teams brought in to eliminate the elders’ problems were effective and lethal.

  5. Christopher McCulloch

    Spoilers **

    enjoying your books, love your turn your turn of phrase. Moses deserved an on page death on in Breeds. In Mountain Man, I feel too much was taken out of Gus’s hands in the last book. Felt he was a bit of a passenger at times rather than protagonist.

    Much love. Keep up the good work

    1. Keith

      Glad you’re enjoying the books :). Regarding too much taken out of Gus’s hands–he feels the same way lol…. but it’s all by design…

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