White Horse

Erika T. Wurth

White Horse by Erika T. Wurth

Some people are haunted in more ways than one.

A gritty, vibrant debut from Erika T. Wurth about an Urban Native woman who must face her past when she discovers a bracelet haunted by her mother’s spirit.

It’s metal to the end, it’s Denver to the core, it’s Native without trying, there’s ghosts, there’s blood, there’s roller coasters, and there’s about a thousand cigarettes smoked. What else can you ask for in a novel? Stephen Graham Jones, author of The Only Good Indians

This ghost story is a perfect example of new wave horror that will also satisfy fans of classic Stephen King. Silvia Moreno-Garcia, author of The Daughter of Doctor Moreau and Mexican Gothic

An unapologetic world of dive bars, dark secrets, and true life horrors. I became completely enthralled . . . . Wurth [is] an exciting new voice in literary horror. Rebecca Roanhorse, New York Times bestselling author of Black Sun

Family ties are made from rusty barbed wire in White Horse, a book that feels as welcome as a dark bar on a hot afternoon, and whose story burns like a shot of rotgut whiskey. Grady Hendrix, bestselling author of The Final Girl Support Group