Join us at Woodfield Mall for a signing of Nick Medina’s book “Indian Burial Ground” April 16th | 6pm CST

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April 16th | 6pm CST

Indian Burial Ground | Nick Medina

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ABOUT THE BOOK

 

A man lunges in front of a car. An elderly woman silently drowns herself. A corpse sits up in its coffin and speaks. On this reservation, not all is what it seems, in this new spine-chilling mythological horror from the author of Sisters of the Lost Nation.

All Noemi Broussard wanted was a fresh start. With a new boyfriend who actually treats her right and a plan to move from the reservation she grew up on—just like her beloved Uncle Louie before her—things are finally looking up for Noemi. Until the news of her boyfriend’s apparent suicide brings her world crumbling down.

But the facts about Roddy’s death just don’t add up, and Noemi isn’t the only one who suspects that something menacing might be lurking within their tribal lands.

After over a decade away, Uncle Louie has returned to the reservation, bringing with him a past full of secrets, horror, and what might be the key to determining Roddy’s true cause of death. Together, Noemi and Louie set out to find answers…but as they get closer to the truth, Noemi begins to wonder whether it might be best for some secrets to remain buried.

 

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

 

A Chicago native, Nick Medina has gone in search of Resurrection Mary, the “Italian Bride,” the “Devil Baby,” and other Windy City ghosts. An enthusiast of local and Native lore, some of which he featured in his debut novel Sisters of the Lost Nation, he attributes his fondness for the supernatural to his family’s history in the funeral business and the intriguing stories they would tell. A graduate of DePaul University, he has degrees in organizational and multicultural communication, and has worked as a college instructor. He enjoys playing guitar, listening to classic rock, and watching Svengoolie on Saturday nights.

 

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