The Kila Springs Story!
The Kila Springs are named for the Siberian husky with one blue eye and one brown eye who first nosed them out as the source of a little creek that tumbles through densely wooded canyons toward the Big River far below. The river in turn empties into the Pacific Ocean under the bluffs and sea-caves that rim Mendocino Bay, 155 miles north of San Francisco.
You will find the new offices of Kila Springs Press at Blue Oak Farm above Weber Creek between Rescue and Lotus, in California's Motherlode, three miles from Sutter's Mill.
What Our Readers Say
Disturbing and frightening.... A kind of raw, physical prose that I found quite impressive.
- Daniel Menaker, The New Yorker
An unrelenting escalation of fear and violence.... What willingness to risk death does a man owe a woman to whom he has no formal commitment...?
- Philip Libros, Amazon.com
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful book!!! I loved it.... I will pass this on to our child life folks. Just lovely.