In Adrienne Harun’s debut novel, A Man Came out of a Door in the Mountain (Penguin), girls, mostly from First Nations families, disappear from the sides of a notorious highway in a remote British Columbia community and so many troublesome outsiders come to town that it seems as if the devil is among them. Adrianne Harun, also author of the much praised short story collection, The King of Limbo and a teacher at Pacific Lutheran University, lives in Port Townsend. “A Man Came out of a Door in the Mountain is a rich, haunting, original novel that captures evil in many forms--mythic, magic and chillingly real. Adrianne Harun's writing can hold you breathless."- Jess Walter.