The debut novel to which this site is dedicated has today been chosen a finalist in the national book of the year contest hosted by Clarion/Foreword Reviews, a highly regarded site dedicated to books. There were more than 2000 entries. Sasquatch was chosen by the judging panel in the general fiction category. Here are links … Continued
Stephen Fisher certainly captures the fun read I was shooting for with “The Sasquatch Murder (A Love Story)” and naturally I appreciate his review. His enthusiasm for the novel mirrors that of the professional reviewers on Foreword/Clarion and Kirkus, not to mention the many five star notices on Amazon. This is the sort of thing … Continued
Kirkus Reviews has added their professional evaluation of “The Sasquatch Murder (a love story)” to that previously posted from Foreword Clarion Reviews (which raved) and they are also enthusiastic in their recommendation: “Viles writes in a crisp, balanced prose that’s laden with wonderful details…” “In the end, however, his story is about the ways that … Continued
Rating: 5 out of 5 “No typical bigfoot tale, Jeffery Viles’s “The Sasquatch Murder (A Love Story)” is a genre-bending novel that mingles love, myth, reality, and humor in its big-hearted embrace of all creatures great and small.” “The kind of book one is sorry to finish because it’s such good company.” https://www.forewordreviews.com/reviews/the-sasquatch-murder/
THE SASQUATCH MURDER, by Jeffery Viles, Beaver’s Pond Press
They’re out there, you know—those bipedal hominids commonly called Sasquatch. This imaginative, tightly woven tale explains just how those creatures came to be traipsing around in the big trees surrounding Mount St. Helens.