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Christopher Tuthill


Jacob is at that most magical time between childhood and adolescence. As the end of the school year approaches, he is dreaming of baseball and the beach, but most of all, about working on the comic book he and his best friend Jonathan have created, The Osprey Man. Then tragedy strikes and Jacob has to find an inner strength he is not sure he has.

This beautifully written tale of youth, coping, and working through grief is ideal for readers of all ages.



Christopher Tuthill’s short fiction has appeared in The Mythic Circle, Dark Tales from Elder Regions, and Tales of Reverie. A native of Riverhead, on Long Island, and a graduate of Catholic schools, Chris grew up around many of the places and people that inspire his writing. He lives in New York’s Hudson Valley with his wife and children. He works as a librarian, and his hobbies include board games, baseball, hiking, camping, and telling stories to his three children. Among his other interests, he is co-founder of the New York Tolkien Conference.


“I found this book to be a really beautiful piece on grief and moving on ...Five stars for this stunning tale!” — Bookgirl86, Goodreads

“Osprey Man reveals its surprises, unwrapping them through the course of the story like birthday gifts.”- D. Donovan, Midwest Book Review

“This is a five-star book that can be enjoyed by any and all readers!” — Mark, Teddy Rose Book Reviews

“It is a great story many of all ages will relate to.” — LAWonder10, Rockin’ Book Reviews

“I loved it.” — Amwoma, Goodreads

“This is an author that I will definitely follow. I want to read more by Tuthill!” — Sal, Bound4Escape

“I loved the charming tone of this book and the hopeful, contented ending.” — Laura, Celticlady’s Reviews

“This is a stupendous novel and one that I could read again and again.” — Suzie, My Tangled Skein’s Book Reviews

“This is the first novel by Christopher Tuthill that I have read, but I would gladly read more!” — Nora, Storeybook Reviews

“This is an exceptional story for all ages” — Bee Lindy,

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