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Join us at Northshire for a free event with New Hampshire author Diane Les Becquets as she presents her new novel, The Last Woman in the Forest–a riveting and haunting thriller about a woman who fears that the greatest threat to her survival could be the man she loves.
Diane Les Becquets is back with The Last Woman in the Forest, a thriller about a woman who fears that the man she loved may have been a serial killer. Combining her love of nature and wildlife conservation, her personal horrific experience with assault, and her interest in the real-life unsolved Connecticut River Murders of the 1980s, Les Becquets has delivered a novel of suspense that will haunt readers until the last page.
Set in the wilderness landscapes of Alberta, Montana, Idaho, Utah, and northeastern Washington, The Last Woman in the Forest is not just a thriller about one woman’s quest to find a serial killer, but a portrait the realities of the North American wilderness, and a glimpse into the lives of the men and women—along with their trained rescue dogs—that work every day to preserve it
Diane Les Becquets, a former professor of English and MFA director, is an avid outdoorswoman, enjoying backpacking off the grid, snowshoeing, archery, and swimming. A native of Nashville, she spent almost fourteen years living in a small Colorado ranching town before moving to New Hampshire. Breaking Wild, her debut novel, was an Indie Next pick.