Library Journal ran a “Halfway to Halloween” article in their April 15th edition that featured an awesome review for Savage Woods. Woot! Thanks to Becky Spratford and Neal Wyatt. This made my morning!
SAVAGE WOODS by Mary SanGiovanni takes place in the forest of the eerie and haunted Pine Barrens of New Jersey. The landscape offers little sanctuary but when Julia Russo’s raging ex forces her off the road she must flee into the trees – an action that sends the police after her. A master of cosmic horror, SanGiovanni evokes a Lovecraftian sensibility in this action-filled story in which ancient spirits rule the woods where Julia must now survive. Scary, suspenseful, smart, and gory, the novel is also beautifully set and described, with the forest becoming something of a second character.