All of Joe Citro's books have unnerved me, but none so much as "The Gore". Something is in the forest. Something ancient. And it's been disturbed.
"Don't ever take a fence down until you know the reason it was put up". ~ G.K Chesterton
— Sarah Donner
To escape the tensions of his past, former journalist Roger Newton retreats to Vermont's fabled Northeast Kingdom, the wildest, most remote portion of the state. There he discovers a terrifying secret that turns his life upside down. "A tightly structured and increasingly engrossing story of the terror waiting quietly somewhere in the Green Mountains".--"Vermont Life".
About the Author
JOSEPH A. CITRO has written five novels on supernatural themes, including Lake Monsters (1991 as Dark Twilight, UPNE 2001), Shadow Child (1987, UPNE 1998) and Guardian Angels (1988, UPNE 1999). He is also the author of several collections of occult nonfiction: The Vermont Ghost Guide (UPNE 2000), Green Mountains, Dark Tales (UPNE 1999), Passing Strange (1996), and Green Mountain Ghosts, Ghouls, and Unsolved Mysteries (1994). The Gore first appeared in 1990 as The Unseen. A popular lecturer and teacher, Citro's commentaries are heard regularly on public radio.