mojave green

Juvenile Fiction

Horror/ Paranornal

Available: October 7, 2014 | ISBN 9781939967855 | paperback | 328 pages | 5.5 in. x 8.25 in. | World (translation, audiobook, media rights) | $14.99 US (trade paperback), $8.99 US (e-book)
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Mojave Green

Dimensions in death, Book 2 of 3

by The Brothers Washburn

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In this intriguing blend of classic mystery-solving and paranormal horror, teenagers Camm and Cal learn that the nightmares of their first adventure were only just the beginning. The children of Trona, CA, are still disappearing, and it may be too late to stop something even worse.

In Trona, California, an isolated mining town deep in the Mojave Desert, an unearthly creature preyed upon the town’s folk for decades. Armed with secrets from a peculiar puzzle box, only Camm and Cal stood against the creature. Finally safe and far from the horror, the teenagers believe they have destroyed the monster—until they hear news that Trona’s children are still disappearing.

Caught in the nightmare since her childhood, Camm feels personally responsible for the town’s children. As her life-long best friend, Cal feels responsible for Camm. With unsuspecting friends in tow, they return to warn the innocent people of Trona of the true nature of the creature.

Only Camm and a few misfits can stop the coming desolation—but it may already be too late.


Winner of the 2nd Place Award in the 2016 Paranormal Romance Guild Reviewer's Choice Awards in the Horror YA & Adult Series category.

“The horrors and creatures weave around a few flashbacks to the previous book, Pitch Green (2013), and there are a few sprinkled seeds preparing readers for future installments. The book ends on a cliffhanger, which is maddening but also to be expected, given the series' ambitions. Creative bits of humor and stylization set it apart from other cookie-cutter series entries making this one to watch and be hopeful for. Scary, fun and cool.” —Kirkus Reviews

“The Brothers Washburn excel in drama and build a scene with masterful skill.” —Deseret News

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