Rebecca thought she’d find a hippie paradise when she moved to the desolate back hills of Humboldt County. A place to commune with nature and teach her five-year-old daughter how to live off the land. Instead she discovered a nightmare.
Coyote is a washed-up pot grower. Strung out on pills and dealing with dropping prices and looming legalization, he wonders if it’s even worth it anymore.
Diesel Dan abandoned his son for a life of methamphetamine and prison. Now he wants to make amends. He’s going to be a grandfather. But his son is on the same dark road of drugs and violence that once consumed him.
These characters will come together in an explosive ending that will leave you stunned and breathless. But more than just a gripping horror novel, Kind Nepenthe is a deep examination into the nature of love and greed, lost ideals, and the essence of evil in one of the last frontiers of the American West.
About Matthew V. Brockmeyer (Other Author)
Matthew Brockmeyer is an award-winning novelist and short-story writer. He is author of the bestselling novel Kind Nepenthe and his stories have appeared in numerous journals, magazines and anthologies. Matthew lives in an off-grid cabin, deep in the forest of Northern California, with his wife and two children, where they run a small farm and homestead. When not reading, writing, brewing beer or farming, Matthew enjoys howling at the moon and bathing his fangs in human blood.