Mojave Green
Mojave Green

Mojave Green


Dimensions in Death


328 Pages, 5.5 x 8.5

Paperback, $14.99 (US $14.99) (CA $17.99)

Publication Date: October 2014

ISBN 9781939967855

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A pair of teens must face a demon from their past In Trona, California, an isolated mining town deep in the Mojave Desert, an unearthly creature once preyed upon the town’s folk for decades. Armed with secrets from a puzzle box, Camm and Cal stood against the creature and believed they vanquished the monster. But when they hear that Trona’s children are still disappearing, the teenagers, with unsuspecting friends in tow, return to warn the innocent townspeople of the true nature of the creature. However, things have changed; death has come in a new form and the balance between dimensions has been altered. Only a band of few misfits can stop the coming desolation—but it may already be too late.


“It’s not a lie that the Grimm Brothers now have competition; this series is already proving to be a recipe of thrills, chills, and suspense that young adult fans will absolutely love.” —Feathered Quill Book Reviews on Pitch Green

“The Brothers Washburn are masters at writing for Young Adults. Every character is believable, every description is vivid, and every moment is a surprise. The story was the perfect mix of frightening and intriguing that made it impossible to put down.” —Celese Sanders, syndicated columnist

"Creative bits of humor and stylization set it apart from other cookie-cutter series entries making this one to watch and be hopeful for. Scary, fun and cool." —Kirkus Reviews

". . .  be sure to turn on every light and then nestle in for a terrifying journey, because something even more dangerous, even more terrifying, is slithering through the town." —Alicia Cunningham, Deseret News

Author Biography

The Brothers Washburn (Andy and Berk Washburn) are both lawyers and the coauthors of Pitch Green, the first book in the Dimensions in Death series. Andy Washburn lives in Henderson, Colorado. Berk Washburn lives in St. George, Utah.