Meadville, Pennsylvania is a small college town nestled at the foot of a strange little mountain called Round Top. Some call it Pig Mountain.
Legend has it that a sinister race of people live up there: the Pig People of Round Top, strange and dangerous mutants that steal women. Women have been disappearing from town for years, gone without a trace. Some are convinced it’s The Pig People, taking the women to breed. Nobody really knows. But the town is on edge, gone fearful of the night.
Carrie Owens has heard the story, but doesn’t believe it. She knows terror has other faces, for she volunteers at the local battered women’s shelter. She doesn’t give credence to the boogeyman. Until one night it becomes her reality.
PIG is a poignant story of obsession, love, and the terrible consequences of what happens when reality and fantasy blur. It is a tale of the remarkable power of the mind and how it will do anything to protect itself.
What readers are saying:
"Pig is a fascinating psychological thriller that involves depravity that goes beyond the scope of a typical imagination. The author Nancy Williams takes us inside the minds of characters that are damaged by life events, and unable to clearly see the full story of what is happening to them, especially the heroine, hero, and villain... Her vivid descriptions of the settings, scenes and characters really brought the story to life in my mind. I felt more like I was watching a movie than reading words on a page... I highly recommend this novel for adults only." - Paige Lovitt, Reader Views
by Nancy Williams
Page Count: 230
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Publish Date: October 24, 2019
Imprint: Hellbender Books
FICTION / Thrillers / Supernatural
FICTION / Horror