That Night in the Woods, by Kristopher Triana

That Night in the Woods, by Kristopher Triana HOT

  • Author: Kristopher Triana
  • Artist: George Cotronis
  • Page Count: 336
  • Pub. Date: October 2023
  • ISBN: 978-1-58767-903-2
  • Status: In-Stock




“Kristopher Triana is without question one of the very best of the new breed of horror writers.” — Bryan Smith, author of 68 Kill

"Triana's masterful, gripping storytelling will not let go." —Scream Magazine

When Jennifer receives a message from Scott Dwyer after twenty years without contact, her first reaction is one of excitement. Scott was her first love. Now in her forties and in the middle of a divorce, nostalgia for her youth gets the better of her. 

Scott invites Jennifer to his house in Redford, the town she grew up in. It’s a place she’s tried to put behind her, for not all childhood memories are sunny. When she accepts Scott’s invite, she struggles with mixed feelings, especially when she learns of the death of Steven Winters, one of her childhood friends. 

Scott invites three people from their past to honor Steven’s memory—Corey, Traci, and Mark. But the group is more than old friends. They share a dark secret that has troubled them for decades. Now it’s time to face their traumatic pasts. Together, they must unravel the mystery of what happened in the patch of forest behind Scott’s house, a place once known as Suicide Woods. 

From the author of Gone to See the River Man comes a chilling novel that reminds us that old ghosts are the ones that haunt us most.

Published as a trade paperback:
• Printed on 60# acid-free paper
• Featuring full color cover artwork
• Retail price $20.00

Kristopher Triana is a Splatterpunk Award winning author. His works include Full Brutal (Awarded Best Novel at the 2019 Splatterpunk Awards), Toxic Love, Shepherd of the Black Sheep, The Ruin Season, Body Art, The Detained and Growing Dark. His fiction has appeared in many magazines, anthologies, audio books and on websites, and has been translated to multiple languages. His fiction has drawn praise from Publisher’s Weekly, Rue Morgue Magazine, Cemetery Dance, Scream Magazine and such prominent authors as Brian Keene, Jack Ketchum, Bryan Smith and Ryan Harding. While primarily a horror writer, he also writes crime fiction, literary fiction, noir and westerns. He also is a columnist with Backwoods Survival Guide Magazine.

He also has a very strong love of animals—especially dogs.

He lives in Connecticut.

Reviews to come!