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Cryptozoology Books of 2014 (V. 2.0)

This post is a list of the cryptozoology books that have been released this year, 2014. If anyone knows about any books on cryptids that have come out this year that I have missed, be sure to let me know in the comments! Since the original post was posted months ago, I decided to update it here.

These are all non fiction!

Bigfoot: Exploring the Myth and Discovering the Truth By Tom Burnette and Rob Riggs

Mothman Casebook. By Joedy Cook

American Monsters. By Linda S. Godfrey

When Roger met Patty. By William Munns

Bigfoot in Linn County Oregon. By Ray Crowe

Man-Otang: Bigfoot Myth or Reality. By Pearl J. Prihoda

Encounters: True Stories of the North American Bigfoot. By Dina M. Palazini

My Life With the Hairy People. By Arla Collett Williams

Sasquatch for Sale: Death, DNA, and Duplicity. By Mr. Michael Dana Greene

Wood Knocks & Tossed Rocks: Searching for Sasquatch with the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization. By Blain McMillan

Pepie: The Lake Monster of the Mississippi River. By Chad Lewis and Noah Voss

Bigfoot: The West Virginia Foothold. By George Dudding

The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin's Werewolf. By Linda S. Godfrey. Originally came out in 2003, now available as an e-book

Searching for Ropens and Finding God. By Jonathan David Whitcomb

Strange Creatures(The Creatures of Cryptozoology). By Dino Brancato

Cryptid Creatures of Florida: Second Edition. By Scott C. Marlowe

Sea Monsters. By Melissa Higgins

Cryptid Casebooks. (Include the Marozi, Patterson Film, Beast of Bodmin, and more). By Larry Jaffer

Water Horse of Lake Champlain II. By Katy Elizabeth

Goatman: Flesh or Folklore? By J. Nathan Couch

Manbeasts: A Personal Investigation. By Adam Davies

The Menagerie of Marvels: A Third Compendium of Extraordinary Animals. By Dr. Karl Shuker

The Tasmanian Tiger: Extinct or Extant? By Michael Williams

Sasquatch: North America's Enduring Mystery. By Rupert Matthews

Gray Baker's Bigfoot Shootout!  Terrifying Tales of Interspecies Conflict. By Gray Baker, edited Andrew Colvin

UPDATE: DECEMBER 23 2014

Lost Animals: Extinction and the Photographic Record. By Errol Fuller

Handbook for the Amateur Cryptozoologist. By brian D. Parsons

Hoaxed! Media Failueres in the Field of Cryptozoology. By Michael Newton

The Mystery Animals of Pennsylvania. By Andrew Gable

Chasing After Bigfoot: My Search for North America's Most Elusive Creature. By Rusty Wilson

In Search of the Kushtaka. By Dennis Waller

A Canadian Bestiary. By Todd H.C. Fischer

Bigfoot and Eastern Cousins. By Patricia Keech

Legend Tripping: The Ultimate Family Experience. By Robert Robinson.

Those are the cryptozoology books for 2014 that I have found that are out so far. If anyone knows of any other please let me know. Like the list of my favorite Bigfoot books, this list will be updated over time.

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