Advance Review Copies of the New All Ages Novel, Cullen Bunn's Crooked Hills, Are Now Available from Earwig Press for Qualifying Book Reviewers

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Crystal Lake, IL, May 22, 2011 --( Printed Advanced Review Copies (ARC) of the debut volume of Cullen Bunn's Crooked Hills are now available to book reviewers, editors and journalists that cover children's and middle grade books.

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Series Synopsis

For Charlie and his brother Alex, an unexpected trip to visit their Aunt Mary in the haunted town of Crooked Hills turns into a life-changing adventure, forcing them to confront local bullies, hell hounds, dead witches, and girls with slingshots. A throwback to classic adventures like that of the Hardy Boys, mixed with the creepiness of Goosebumps and Cirque Du Freak, Cullen Bunn's Crooked Hills blends mystery and adventure to weave a fun and unforgettable story of will, friendship and family bonds.

"The wonderful thing about supernatural stories is they can be told to different audiences in different pitches and still come off creepy and haunting, no matter what the age. With Crooked Hills, we saw the opportunity to capture the spirit of the classic campfire story," said A.N. Ommus, Editorial Director of Evileye Books.

Crooked Hills Series Profile

Series Title: Crooked Hills
Creator: Cullen Bunn
Target Readers: Ages 9 and up
Book One Publication Date: October 2011
Formats: eBook, trade paperback, limited hardcover, library edition
Print Pages: 246

About Cullen Bunn

Cullen Bunn is the critically acclaimed writer and co-creator of the horror noir series, The Damned, and the supernatural western, The Sixth Gun. He is the author of numerous works of horror fiction, most recently, Like A Chinese Tattoo. More about Mr. Bunn can be found at his website,

About Earwig Press

Earwig Press publishes creepy, crawly, fun fiction for kids of all ages. An imprint of Pulp+Pixel Entertainment Company.

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Aaron Nathaniel Ommus