In The Darkest Part of the Woods, Campbell introduces readers to the Price family, whose lives have for decades been snarled with the fate of the ancient forest of Goodmanswood. Here, Dr. Lennox Price discovered a hallucinogenic moss that quickly became the focus of a cult-and though the moss and the trees on which it grew are long gone, it seems as if the whole forest can now affect the minds of visitors.
After Lennox is killed trying to return to his beloved wood, his widow seems to see and hear him in the trees-or is it a dark version of the Green Man that caresses her with leafy hands? Lennox's grandson heeds a call to lie in his lover's arms in the very heart of the forest-and cannot help but wonder what the fruit of that love will be.
And Heather, Lennox's daughter, who turned her back on her father's mysteries and sought sanctuary in the world of facts and history? Goodmanswood summons her as well . . .
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Rupert Ruskin's well-crafted isolation is shattered when his ex-wife shows up with devastating news. Ruskin's inability to walk away from her in her need drives him to help her find a thousand beauties in a single day. Yet Ruskin is so blinded by his own need for redemption, that he ignores all of Elaine's warning signs that her need force him into a soul-shattering final decision.
A Thousand Beauties contains adult themes that may not be suitable for some readers. The audio book, narrated by David Rollins, is available on audible.com.