Dear Villainous Agent,
Andy Salazar guides the bicycle along the pathway to his home, the last day of sixth grade a fading memory, and hears the strange, mournful wail slice through the darkness like a dull blade.
With the help of his wise cracking best friend Rich, the beautiful and mysterious Grace, and a dapper dwarf named King Henry, Andy begins to unearth fragments of a small town’s guarded history. Rain falls, drumming a ceaseless tattoo that beckons the bones of the restless dead, and Hamlin’s elders watch the skies with something more than unease.
Rumors spread of a tattooed man walking the streets and elephant calls in the night. When Hamlin’s first murder in decades begins a trend of violence, Andy understands there will be more to his summer than bullies, baseball games, and first loves.
As the floodwaters rise, will Andy and his friends discover the source of the chaos? And, can they stop it?
The Last March of Elephants is NA/Upper YA novel of 90,000 words, in the tradition of Robert McCammon’s Boy’s Life.