Bank Square Books presents a weekend book signing with Jason Savio for the book Artie's Bark
About the Book
There’s a difference between curses and hauntings.
Curses can be broken
Brighton Falls is like any other safe, ho-hum town in America with a bad baseball team, clean sidewalks, and nosy neighbors. That all changes, however, when a pet is brutally killed and other animals begin to go missing, one by one.
Then Artie, the dog of middle-schooler Tommy Watson, suddenly falls gravely ill. Tommy’s search to help his beloved animal friend unravels an evil, small-town secret that goes back centuries and binds everyone together.
Neighborhood savior Carl Crocker pledges to bring the guilty party to justice. But what does the despised recluse Old Man Rooney know about Crocker that no one else does?
With a community on edge and time running out, it’s up to Tommy—and his dog—to finally put to rest what no one else can … and make the hardest decision of his life. It will test both his courage and love.
Jason Savio’s first novel blends horror with heart into a coming-of-age story that shows how far people will go to prevent the inevitable, the ways we deal with grief, and the importance of friendship when all seems lost.
About the Author
Jason Savio was born and grew up in the town of Falmouth on a big sandbar known as Cape Cod. He has his master’s in journalism from Emerson College in Boston and has written numerous stories for the Cape Cod Times and Pulse Magazine, interviewing familiar names like Chevy Chase, George Thorogood, and Max Weinberg of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, as well as horror icons Kane Hodder of Friday the 13th and Doug Bradley of Hellraiser fame. He has been the proud dog dad of two loyal four-legged companions and has played the role of Master Splinter to a turtle for over the past 25 years and counting. Artie’s Bark is Jason’s first novel.
Visit Jason online at jasonsavio.weebly.com and follow him at @artiesbark and @jasonrsavio to get updates on Artie’s Bark and see what he’s working on next.
(This book cannot be returned)