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Red Unicorn

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This is not your daughter’s unicorn. No glittery pink stuffed animal. No.
The Red Unicorn means certain death...

Ex-Pat American Vietnam War Vet Amboy Stevens wants nothing more than to live in peace in 1982 Argentina. But with the Falkland Islands War raging, he is forced to protect a fellow six-fingered American girl who has lost her memory.

They stumble upon a myth as ancient as humanity itself and are soon on the run from warlocks, Nazi treasure hunters, the cult of the unicorn, and sorcerers who want the pair for their own nefarious reasons.

From Buenos Aires to the Island at the End of the World, they are chased, harassed, possessed, attacked, and beleaguered.

Worse. The Red Unicorn is near. If they hope to survive, they'll need to work together. Because their meeting wasn’t accidental. It's been predicted ever since they were born, their six-fingered hands an interlocking symbol that no one else can replicate.

From the author of SEAL Team 666 and Bone Chase comes this new amazing supernatural thriller that begins where Bruce Chatwin’s In Patagonia left off.

"Though the scope and nature of the book is chilling and horrific he kind of makes the reading into a little vacation. Well done!"–New York Time Bestselling Author, Robert McCammon

Genre: Horror

Praise for this book

"A thrilling blend of ancient evil and globe-trotting suspense. With RED UNICORN, Weston Ochse combines folklore, conspiracy theories, Vatican secrets, romance, and hard-boiled action, mixing us a perfect genre cocktail. Fans of Jonathan Maberry's Joe Ledger series should be first in line for this one!" - Christopher Golden

"Though the scope and nature of the book is chilling and horrific he kind of makes the reading into a little vacation. Well done!" - Robert R McCammon

"Weston Ochse is one of my favorite warrior-philosophers, and I'm a longtime fan of his work. Red Unicorn is classic Ochse: this tale of a six-fingered adventurer encountering the supernatural in 1982 Argentina is by turns exciting, thoughtful, tense, mystical, horrific, and poignant." - Lisa Morton

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