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The Wildman

Hautala, Rick

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ISBN 10: 0981474802 / ISBN 13: 9780981474809
Published by Full Moon Press, Dallas, GA, 2008
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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F/F dj; now in archival Brodart, an unread copy First book from Full Moon Press. Signed, numbered, and limited to 500 copies of which this is #192. Cover by Alan M. Clark; signed by Hautala, Clark and editor Zach Powell. Bookseller Inventory # 000583

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Title: The Wildman

Publisher: Full Moon Press, Dallas, GA

Publication Date: 2008

Binding: Hardcover

Illustrator: Alan M. Clark

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First Edition

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The Wildman is the first book published by Full Moon Press, a small press specializing in Signed/Limited Edition Fiction.

Each copy is signed by the author and illustrator and numbered.

The Wildman by Rick Hautala

Jeff Cameron is going back to Camp Tapiola on Lake Onwego to meet several old friends and share fond memories of their childhood camp experiences. But all childhood memories of camp are not so when their friend Jimmy Foster was fished out of the camp's lake.

The authorities say it was an accidental drowning, but Jeff knows better.

Now, Jeff must try to figure out why one of his friends seems to have a hidden agenda and what this reunion is really all about. Was Jimmy Foster's death a murder or accident? The mystery has haunted Jeff for thirty five years.

And another question remains... who is "The Wildman"?

About the Author:

Rick Hautala is best know as a speculative fiction and horror writer. He graduated from the University of Maine in 1974 where he received a Master of Art in English Literature. [1] He has written and published over 90 novels and short stories since the early 1980s. Many of his books have been translated to other languages and sold internationally. Recently he has published many of his works with specialty press and small press publishers like Cemetery Dance Publications and Dark Harvest. His novel The Wildman (2008), was chosen to be Full Moon Press' debut limited edition title. Rick Hautala's third novel, 1986's "Night Stone", was one of the first books to feature a holographic cover and it became an international best-seller, selling well over one million copies. [2] "Knocking" was a part of the Bram Stoker Award winning anthology 999: New Stories of Horror and Suspense ("Best Anthology of 1999"). His short story collection, Bedbugs (1999) was selected by Barnes and Noble as one of the most distinguished horror publications of the year 2000. Rick Hautala also writes screenplays. His most recent 2008 adaptation of award winning author Kealan Patrick Burke's "Peepers" is currently on the film festival circuit. He also wrote the screenplay for the 2007 short film Dead@17 based on Josh Howard's graphic novel series of the same name.

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