Indiebound, which is an organization of independent booksellers, has chosen Massacre Pond as one of the new titles for indies to showcase in the month of August. My novel was recommended by Rita Moran of Apple Valley Books in Winthrop who writes:
Paul Doiron just keeps getting better. Open Massacre Pond, and you can smell the sweetness of the Maine woods, you can feel dry leaves underfoot, and hear the birds singing at dawn. But Massacre Pond offers far more than that: real Maine characters who might have just walked out of a local diner, issues that are as fresh as the latest headlines, and the kind of suspense that will keep your lights on far into the night.
I don't know an author who doesn't prize being on the Indie Next List as one of the highest honors a new book can receive.