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Shadow in the Woods - Monsters in the Green Mountains #2 - cover

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Shadow in the Woods - Monsters in the Green Mountains #2

J.P. Choquette

Publisher: J.P. Choquette

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Summary

Six go into the woods. Three come out.  
Addie Preston, a new mental health counselor, is flattered when her colleague asks her to co-lead an intensive Ecotherapy weekend for a small group of clients. The band of six head into the remote trails of the Green Mountains.  
As a storm engulfs the area, the group takes refuge in a cave off of the trail. No one is prepared for what they will discover.  
Or what will discover them. 
Readers of books by author John Connolly and Heather Graham, will enjoy this twisty-turning, fast-paced, suspense book. 
Available since: 10/15/2017.

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