First zombies, now Bigfoot?
Can’t Senoia catch a break?
Not according to a new novel by local author K. Osborn Sullivan. Sullivan’s book, “Bigfoot CSI,” follows the adventures of a high school student who finds herself investigating the murder of a Bigfoot in her Senoia neighborhood.
The task is particularly challenging since it’s her job to help protect the secret of Bigfoot’s existence.
Sullivan is a member of the Senoia Writing Group and has previously written fiction and nonfiction books for both adults and children. While “Bigfoot CSI” is fiction, there have been reports of Bigfoot sightings all across Georgia over the years, including in Coweta and Fayette counties.
Sullivan’s fascination with the creatures grew as she researched and wrote her book. She is currently working on the second installment in the humorous Bigfoot mystery series.
Table Talk, 53 Main Street, Senoia, hosted a book signing on May 20.