The Wind in the Woods (Paperback)
John F. Blair Publisher, 9780982539620, 245pp.
Publication Date: March 1, 2010
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The Wind in the Woods is a family saga about a man's commitment to the legacy of North Carolina's Green River Valley and to the camp he built to share its wonderment. Charismatic widower Tiger Morrison has spent a lifetime saving children from nature-deficit disorder, only to find himself in the fight of his life to protect his undisturbed world from land-grabbing developers in the southern Blue Ridge Mountains. He's also fighting to win Katie Warlick, but she can't forgive him for not wanting her the way she wanted him twenty years previously. While Tiger is involved in the struggle to save his camp, his daughter, Sammy, is trying to find her place in the almost clannish realm of summer youth camps. As she searches for her identity, she never suspects that a serial killer is stalking her. Author Senehi uses the confession of an actual serial killer who murdered hikers in the north Georgia mountains in 2008 to create the plot line in which the murderer stalks both Sammy and Katie.