Vicious Creatures


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6.34 X 9.25 X 1.29 inches | 1.54 pounds
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About the Author

Ashton Noone's short fiction has been longlisted for the 2019 CBC Short Story Prize, has been a finalist in the In Places Between: The Robyn Herrington Memorial Short Story contest and has been published in Across the Margin, Bosie Magazine, and Poydras Review. Vicious Creatures is her first novel. She lives in Calgary, AB.


VICIOUS CREATURES is a fantastic debut, full of tense domestic anger and the highest of stakes. It is un-putdownable in the best way, and I only hope the author writes another such wonderful venture quickly.--Lyndsay Faye, internationally bestselling author of Jane Steele and Observations by Gaslight
Deviously plotted and breathlessly spun, VICIOUS CREATURES is a gothic suspense every bit as deep and dark as the rumored child-eating forest at its heart. Ashton Noone's haunting voice is utterly unforgettable, and this debut, an absolute must-read for fans of things that go bump in the night -- or worse.--P. J. Vernon, author of Bath Haus and When You Find Me
Like the children mesmerized by the darkening woods where danger awaits, readers will be lured and then hooked by the thickening mysteries of this thrilling debut by talented newcomer Ashton Noone.--Kelly J. Ford, author of Cottonmouths and Real Bad Things
Bound to be one of the best debuts of the year . . . Rural noir meets folk horror with queer characters? Sign me up!-- "CrimeReads, Most Anticipated Crime Books"
Splendid. . . . Shifts between present-day chapters and those set 15 years earlier build and maintain tension. All the while, the brooding forest plays its part in this disturbing drama distinguished by vivid prose, credible characters, and assured pacing. Noone is off to a terrific start.-- "Publishers Weekly, Starred Review"
"Readers will find it hard to slough off the novel's sense of dread and tension."--Sarah Weinman "The New York Times" (7/28/2022 12:00:00 AM)