Paperback, 6″ x 9″
by Norman R. Kalloch, Jr.
David Cooper leaves urban life behind and buys a run-down set of cabins. Carol wants nothing to do with her husband’s dream of running a sporting camp for hunters and fishermen. As the Coopers struggle to make a living in the Maine backwoods, trouble erupts in nearby Dead River Plantation and quickly spirals out of control. Unbeknownst to the Coopers, the conflict is moving their way.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Norm Kalloch worked for thirty-four years in natural resource conservation. Retired, he and his wife, Audrey, live eight months off the grid at a pond in Somerset County and winter in St. George, Maine. Kalloch has also written A Long Way to Walk and 45th Parallel.