Fiction

FULL BONE MOON

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Full Bone Moon
By: G. Cameron Fuller
Softcover, 276 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9829937-9-8
$21.95

***Based on a a grisly double murder case in WV!
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New York Times Bestselling Author Geoffrey Cameron Fuller is also the co-author of Pretty Little Killers: The Truth Behind the Savage Murder of Skylar Neese

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FED FROM  THE  BLADE: Tale and Poems from the Mountains

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Fed From the Blade
By: Edited By Cat Pleska and Michael Knost
Softcover, 124 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9852640-5-5
$14.95

Nominated for the prestigious Appalachian Writers Association Appalachian Book of the Year Awards.

Woodland Press is proud to announce the anthology, Fed From the Blade: Tales and Poems from the Mountains, edited by Cat Pleska and Michael Knost. The submissions for this volume came from twenty-eight exceptional Mountain State writers and poets.

HILLS OF FIRE: Bare-Knuckle Yarns of Appalachia

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HILLS OF FIRE
By: Editor Frank Larnerd
Softcover, 126 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9852640-4-8
$11.95

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Nominated for the prestigious Appalachian Writers Association 2012 Appalachian Book of the Year Awards. The rugged mountains of Appalachia have always been a place where a man, if he was tough enough, could carve out a place for himself. The land is bountiful and composed of vast forests, racing rivers, and dizzying peaks. The region is also known for its courageous victors, monstrous villains, and tales of incredible adventure.

Mountain Boy: The Adventures of Orion Saddler

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Mountain Boy: The Adventures of Orion Saddler
By: Norman D. Mullins
ISBN: 0-9724867-4-7
$9.95

"Great story of a boy growing up in the mountains, for all ages!"

Orion Saddler threw his head back and defiantly yelled, "Next time you see me, you
won't know me too well!" to school officials as he angrily swung himself around and headed home for summer vacation. His school friends reacted wildly because Orion's outburst served notice that he would indeed be back in the fall; and when he returns he'll be many times more troublesome than ever before.

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