In this New York Times bestselling powerful and exciting fantasy set in the world of the Others series, humans and the shape-shifting Others will see whether they can live side by side...without destroying one another.

There are ghost towns in the world—places where the humans were annihilated in retaliation for the slaughter of the shape-shifting Others.

One of those places is Bennett, a town at the northern end of the Elder Hills—a town surrounded by the wild country. Now efforts are being made to resettle Bennett as a community where humans and Others live and work together. A young female police officer has been hired as the deputy to a Wolfgard sheriff. A deadly type of Other wants to run a human-style saloon. And a couple with four foster children—one of whom is a blood prophet—hope to find acceptance.
 
But as they reopen the stores and the professional offices and start to make lives for themselves, the town of Bennett attracts the attention of other humans looking for profit. And the arrival of the outlaw Blackstone Clan will either unite Others and humans...or bury them all.
Praise for Wild Country

“Captivating characters and rich detail...a satisfying urban fantasy.”—Library Journal

Praise for Anne Bishop and the Novels of the Others
 

“Anything by Anne Bishop goes on my keeper shelf.”—#1 New York Times bestselling author Patricia Briggs
 
"Anne Bishop writes with a world-class blend of humor and chills. Her world is startlingly original."—#1 New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris
 
"Anne Bishop is so good at writing character development....I love this series and I NEED MORE!"—USA Today.com
 
"A stunningly original yarn, deeply imagined, beautifully articulated, and set forth in clean, limpid, sensual prose."—Kirkus Reviews
 
“The richness of the world that Bishop has created is truly impressive, and the perspective of the Others, including their view on humanity, makes these stories unique and unforgettable.”—RT Book Reviews
 
“Anne Bishop is nothing short of amazing!...The world the Others and the terra indigene inhabit is deadly and nightmare worthy- and yet it captivates me like no other world I've explored.”—Fresh Fiction