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Hidden Tribe” has been given another positive book review:

“From the start this pulled me in and would not let go. My grandfather would find evidence of sasquatch so I grew up feeling that they exist. I found this to be a believable tale. The characters were also very well done. I appreciated being able to read the Sasquatch’s POV. Well done as always and I look forward to the next tale from the authors. My only regret is that it was not longer. It stopped in the perfect place, I just want more!”

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“Hidden Tribe”

Sasquatch—they live peacefully in the forests, and woodlands. They want little, or nothing, to do with humans, and our civilization. As a whole, sasquatch are tranquil, quiet beings who live harmoniously with nature, and avoid us.

But what happens when humans refuse to return the favor?

Researcher Alexia Hollander is about to find out. When she ventures into the mountains of the Pacific Northwest, seeking evidence of the elusive species, things quickly get out of hand. Another researcher deliberately gets in Alexia’s way. Campers, and hunters bumble in, adding their own disruptive presence to the quiet work that Alexia wants to perform.

With their home territory invaded by humans, a mated pair of sasquatch keep the intruders under close surveillance. They aren’t happy about the presence of the trespassers, and want them gone. Just how far will these normally restrained beings go to protect their family, and themselves? Alexia, and her unwanted companions are about to find out!

Scott Harper

“Hidden Tribe”


Desirée Lee and I are very pleased to announce that we have a title for the sasquatch novel! The book will be called “Hidden Tribe”. Cover design ideas are still being debated, and explored. Once cover art is finalized, I’ll share that here.

In the meantime, we’re still seeking sasquatch researchers, and research groups to review the book. Please see this post for details on that.

Scott Harper

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