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Image of bigfoot humorous horror Sasquatch, Baby!

After her posh Napa Valley friends expel her for committing an unspeakable betrayal, trustfundian underachiever Tabitha Eggs retreats to the redwood forests of Del Norte County, California to drink herself to death. But when she stumbles over two decomposing corpses near her new home—among a growing list of other frightening, unexplainable experiences—she believes that walking into a raging wildfire is preferable to whatever waits in the woods. Her plans are foiled when she’s kept alive by a curious sasquatch (who adores salad dressing and is overjoyed by luxury body wash), and they create a bizarre and everlasting union.

"I am a huge fan of dark, quirky comedies, and this book hit that sweet spot, I really loved it! I spit out my tea a few times while reading it, it was seriously funny."

--Amazon Review

From a technical standpoint, credit where credit is due, as Browning is a spectacular writer. The hook at the beginning is spot on, and the incipit doesn't read mechanical at all, thanks to a lack of introduction. Being plopped in the middle of the action is always a great choice. Browning's writing style? Perfect." --Bookshelves and Teacups

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