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Kim Savage

Biography

Kim Savage

Kim Savage is the author of the critically acclaimed novels AFTER THE WOODS and BEAUTIFUL BROKEN GIRLS. A former reporter with a Master’s degree in Journalism, Kim lives north of Boston near the real Middlesex Fells Reservation of After the Woods, and she grew up near a quarry town a lot like the one in Beautiful Broken Girls. Kim and her husband have three children, each of whom beg to appear in her books. They shouldn’t. You can follow Kim on Instagram, Tumblr, Pinterest and Twitter, and visit her at kimsavage.me. 
 
Announcing soon: Kim's third novel, a psychological thriller, to be released in February 2018. Stay tuned!

Kim Savage

Books by Kim Savage

by Kim Savage - Fiction, Friendship, Mystery, Suspense, Thriller, Young Adult 14+
Julia knows she beat the odds. She escaped the kidnapper who hunted her in the woods for two terrifying nights that she can't fully remember. Now it's one year later and a dead girl turns up in those same woods. The terrible memories resurface, leaving Julia in a stupor at awkward moments in front of gorgeous Kellan MacDougall, for example. At least Julia's not alone. Her best friend, Liv, was in the woods, too. As the devastating truth about Liv becomes clear, Julia realizes the one person she thinks she knows best-Liv-is the person she knows least of all. And that after the woods was just the beginning.
 
by Kim Savage - Family, Family Life, Fiction, Mystery, Young Adult 14+

 

Mira and Francesca Cillo were beautiful, overprotected by their father and, frankly, odd. To the neighborhood boys they seemed untouchable. But one boy, Ben, touched seven parts of Mira: her palm, hair, chest, cheek, lips, throat, and heart. After the sisters drown themselves in the quarry lake, a post-mortem letter from Mira arrives in Ben's mailbox. The letter sends Ben on a quest to find notes in the places where they touched. Note by note, Ben discovers the mystical secret at the heart of Mira and Francesca's strange world, and he discovers that some things are better left untouched.