The Winter Men II
Into The Deep Dark
by Brit Griffin
Another thriller in Griffin's eco-catastrophic adventure series taking readers on a thrilling ride through a dystopic north, with a gang of strange characters fuelled by adrenalin and gut instincts. Johnny Slaught and his ragtag group of climate change refugees are just trying to survive in a north plunged into endless winter.
But Johnny's world is about to be rocked by the most ancient menace of all-human greed. The beast of winter is knocking at his door and has slicked back hair, a sheep-skin coat, and a pump action. Inspired by her Northern Ontario surroundings, Griffin has set her novel in to a future where lawlessness is the only constant in life.
Brit Griffin co-authored a non-fiction history (We Lived a Life and Then Some: The Life, Death and Life of a Mining Town, (Between the Lines, 1996) that was listed as a must-read on the 2011 CBC Cross-Country Check-up Summer Reading list. For ten years she ran an independent magazine (Highgrader Magazine) on rural and resource-based communities. She received two American Catholic press awards for her writing on family life, and has worked as a freelancer in print, video, and radio. Griffin currently works for Timiskaming First Nation, an Algonquin community in northern Quebec. She lives in Cobalt with her husband, and is the mother of three daughters.
First book The Winter Men is also available here.
ISBN: 978-1-98898-00-6 | WMPub#1169 | 5½" x 8½" | 267 pages; trade paperback | $22.95