Paperback, 6″ x 9″
by Norman R. Kalloch, Jr.
Isolated at their cabin in northwestern Maine, Kathy and Dan Simmons struggle to survive a calamity of freakish weather caused by events hundreds of miles beyond Skyler Pond. Frankie Bartlett, leader of a backwoods clan and a man with a demented view of life, complicates Kathy and Dan’s chances of survival.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Norman R. Kalloch, Jr., worked for thirty-four years in natural resource conservation. Now retired, he and his wife, Audrey, live eight months of the year off the grid at a pond in Somerset County and winter in St. George, Maine.
Kalloch has also written A Long Way to Walk, 45th Parallel, and Life in the Backwoods.