What We Bury: Print Edition
PREORDERS NOW AVAILABLE! All orders containing What We Bury will be shipped after the book is released on July 22, 2022.
Experience the shocking conclusion to the Call of the Crow Quartet with the paperback edition of What We Bury.
Free gift wrapping is available upon request; just include “gift wrap” in the Order Notes field at checkout.
BONUS: All books sold in this shop are signed by the author! If you would like the inscription to be personalized, please let us know the name you’d like this made out to in the Order Notes. Note, we are currently shipping to U.S. addresses only.
Spring has come to the Pacific Northwest, and things are looking up for Andi, Naveed, Cyrus and Roya. Soon, the trial of Dr. Tara Snyder will begin, and a guilty verdict seems inevitable. Once Dr. Snyder is behind bars for good, they’ll finally be able to get a fresh start.
But before the trial begins, tragedy strikes, throwing their families into chaos and shattering all hopes for a smooth conviction. Shocking connections come to light as everything falls apart, and it’s up to them to put the pieces together—before it’s too late.
The stunning final installment to the Call of the Crow Quartet weaves threads from the previous books into a breathtaking, poignant, and bittersweet conclusion.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Alanna Peterson graduated from the University of Washington in Seattle with degrees in molecular biology and nutritional science. She has worked in a variety of settings throughout her career, including a microbiology lab, a research kitchen, an intensive care unit, a food justice nonprofit, and a shaved ice booth. She is the award-winning author of the Call of the Crow Quartet, a series of young adult thrillers. More information about her books can be found at alannapeterson.com.
|Dimensions||6 × 0.80 × 9 in|
What We Bury is recommended for readers ages 14 and up.
Violence, sudden death, self-harm/suicide, PTSD, disease (cancer, respiratory illness), torture, blood, vomit, drug use, racism, animal violence and death, profanity.
(However, this book also contains unconditional love, deep friendship, joy, magic, and hope.)