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We're excited to share our first trade review for Wicked River by Jenny Milchman from Library Journal.

Library Journal calls the suspense "riveting" and says, "A hybrid between John Fowles’s classic The Collector and ­Erica Ferencik’s The River at Night, this novel will appeal to fans of psychological suspense as well as those who enjoy trips to the backcountry."

Book Info

Wicked River by Jenny Milchman9781492658993

Sourcebooks Landmark

Publication Date: May 1st, 2018

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Six million acres of Adirondack forest separate Natalie and Doug Larson from civilization. For the newlyweds, an isolated, back country honeymoon seems ideal: a chance to start their lives together with an adventure, on their own.  But just as Natalie and Doug begin to explore the dark interiors of their own hearts, as well as the depths of their love for each other, it becomes clear that they are not alone in the woods.  

Because six million acres makes it easy for the wicked to hide. And even easier for someone to go missing for good. 

As they struggle with the worst the wilderness has to offer, a man watches them, wielding the forest like a weapon. And once they are near his domain, he will do everything in his power to make sure they never walk out again.

 

 

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