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Andy Davidson

Andy Davidson discusses The Hollow Kind

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Special guest host: Jason Rekulak



Andy Davidson. The Hollow Kind (FSG, $28.00 signed).

Andy Davidson's epic horror novel about the spectacular decline of the Redfern family, haunted by an ancient evil.


Nellie Gardner is looking for a way out of an abusive marriage when she learns that her long-lost grandfather, August Redfern, has willed her his turpentine estate. She throws everything she can think of in a bag and flees to Georgia with her eleven-year-old son, Max, in tow.


It turns out that the "estate" is a decrepit farmhouse on a thousand acres of old pine forest, but Nellie is thrilled about the chance for a fresh start for her and Max, and a chance for the happy home she never had. So it takes her a while to notice the strange scratching in the walls, the faint whispering at night, how the forest is eerily quiet. But Max sees what his mother can't: They're no safer here than they had been in South Carolina. In fact, things might even be worse. There's something wrong with Redfern Hill. Something lurks beneath the soil, ancient and hungry, with the power to corrupt hearts and destroy souls. It is the true legacy of Redfern Hill: a kingdom of grief and death, to which Nellie’s own blood has granted her the key.

From the author of The Boatman's Daughter, The Hollow Kind is a jaw-dropping novel about legacy and the horrors that hide in the dark corners of family history. Andy Davidson's gorgeous, Gothic fable tracing the spectacular fall of the Redfern family will haunt you long after you turn the final page.


Andy Davidson is the Bram Stoker Award nominated author of In the Valley of the Sun, The Boatman's Daughter, and The Hollow Kind. He holds an MFA from the University of Mississippi. Born and raised in Arkansas, he makes his home in Georgia with his wife, Crystal, and a bunch of cats.

Jason Rekulak worked for many years as Publisher of Quirk Books, an independent press based in Philadelphia.

His debut novel THE IMPOSSIBLE FORTRESS was translated into 12 languages and became a finalist for the Edgar Award. His latest novel is called HIDDEN PICTURES.

He is represented by Doug Stewart at Sterling Lord Literistic and by Rich Green and Ellen Goldsmith-Vein at The Gotham Group.

He lives in West Philadelphia with his wife, children, and too many pets.




October 19
5:00pm - 6:00pm
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