Author: Lila L. PinordISBN 978-1-58939-991-4 (softcover)
Young Min passes up a chance for a pre-Thanksgiving trip to the city with her parents, never suspecting that this decision will place her in a life-or-death situation. Due to the ferocious snowstorm that catches everyone by surprise, her parents are stranded out on an impassible highway, but it provides the cover Bruno Hessle, a maniacal serial killer, needs to walk away from a minimum security prison near the Quinnu village. He holes up in the warm kitchen where Min sleeps up in the attic to keep warm; forcing her to use everything she has been taught to escape the clutches of this madman. Will she be able to outwit him before her parents arrive and he kills them as they walk through the door?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Lila L. Pilord was born and raised in just such a village as the one in the book, a Native American fishing village on the coast of Washington state. Although fiction, the village is the backdrop for Min's Monster. She tries to include local myths, superstitions and legends in all her stories. This is her third book. The first, Skye Dancer, was published in 2003; the second, Evil Lives in Blue Rock, in 2005. She graduated from Western Washington University in 1973 with a degree in Accounting, although writing has always been her first love. She has one daughter, Kimberly, and they reside in Port Angeles, Washington, where Lila continues her writing.
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