From Simon & Schuster, Unhallowed Ground is Paul Guernsey's unforgettable novel about a young boy's search for his father and brother.
The swamp that adjoins a small-backwoods Connecticut community retains an aura of evil and becomes the focus of seventeen-year-old Danny Moreno's search for his father and brother, who disappeared separately several years earlier.
Paul Guernsey is the editor and publisher of The Ghost Story: Ghost Stories in Literature, Folklore, and Contemporary Culture. He administers a pair of international short story contests called The Ghost Story Supernatural Fiction Award and The Screw Turn Flash Fiction Competition. In addition to his novels, Guernsey has written extensively on the outdoors, especially on the sport of fly-fishing. He currently teaches writing at Unity College: “America’s Environmental College.”