In the belly of the Great Depression, Carl Webb and his wife, Lila, were already too poor to feel its effects upon them. Despite owning no more than a rickety truck, a cabin, and three dogs they consider as close as children, the couple live a very happy life in the hills of Kentucky. But their serene homestead begins to fall apart the day Carl discovers a mangled bear carcass in the woods close by. He knows of no animal roaming the hills that could possibly inflict that much damage on such a large creature. Having no more clues to follow other than an unnerving array of human handprints that are scattered about the forest, the story steadily progresses into a mind bending quest that leads you through Carl’s dreams and nightmares, as well as the perilous voids of the darkened forest, trying to figure out who, or what, had killed the bear. Carl and his brother, Jon, gradually embark on a horrific task of tracking down the evil entity that dwells within the shadowy depths of the forest. Once they discover its identity, their lives will never be the same...and they will need all the help they can get. With high spirits, the combined forces of five brave hunting dogs, and one mysterious stray dog named Ghost, the Webb brothers set out to extinguish the monster under the haunting glow of the Kentucky moon.
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