John Kachuba’s classic horror novel was the 2018 bestseller for Hellbender Books, an imprint of Sunbury Press, Inc. of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.
About the Book:
In the 18th century, members of the Dudley family settled in the deep woods of the Dark Entry Forest in northwestern Connecticut. Only a century later, Dudleytown was a ghost town with nothing left in the encroaching forest but cellar holes. Legend has it that the Dudleys were descended from a family in England that came to a bad end and that a curse followed them to America, a curse that drove residents of the settlement to murder and suicide.
In 1989, Sandy Lawrence, fleeing her abusive boyfriend, is given the use of her friend’s house in Dark Entry, one of the few homes in the isolated forest. She is unaware of the legends about Dark Entry but soon discovers the horrifying truth—something evil is alive and well in the deep woods, something intent upon murder. What began as a peaceful retreat from her domestic troubles now becomes a terrifying fight for her life.
About the Author
John B. Kachuba is the award-winning author of ten books, five of them about paranormal and metaphysical topics. He is a regular speaker at universities, libraries, and conferences, and has made numerous appearances on TV, radio, and podcasts. For more information, please go to www.johnkachuba.com