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Fiction Women Sleuths

A Cold White Fear

A Meg Harris Mystery

by (author) R.J. Harlick

Publisher
Dundurn Press
Initial publish date
Nov 2015
Category
Women Sleuths, Psychological, Native American & Aboriginal
  • eBook

    ISBN
    9781459732018
    Publish Date
    Nov 2015
    List Price
    $6.99
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9781459731998
    Publish Date
    Nov 2015
    List Price
    $17.99

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Description

Stranded by a blizzard at her isolated cabin, Meg Harris, an escapee from a failed marriage into the remote wilderness, finds herself in a desperate and terrifying situation when two strangers arrive.

As night approaches, a major blizzard has cut off road access to Meg Harris’s isolated wilderness home, Three Deer Point. She is alone with her young friend Adjidamo, preparing for Christmas, when a knock suddenly echoes through the house. She finds two strange men at her front door, one of them bleeding. Against her better judgment, she lets them in. At that moment, the power goes out, plunging the group into total darkness and severing all phone links to the outside world. So begin a terrifying twenty-four hours that have Meg summoning up a courage she didn’t know she had to get herself and Adjidamo out alive.

About the author

R.J. Harlick is an escapee from the high tech jungle. After working for over twenty-five years in the computer industry, first for major corporations then for her own management consultancy practice, she decided that pursuing killers by pen would be more fun than chasing the elusive computer bug. Originally from Toronto, she, along with her husband Jim and giant poodle DeMontigny, now divides her time between her home in Ottawa and log cabin in West Quebec. A lover of the outdoors, she can often be found roaming the surrounding forests or canoeing the waterways. Because of this love for the untamed wilds, she decided that she would bring its seductive allure alive in her writings.

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Editorial Reviews

R. J. Harlick has earned her place as the queen of Canadian wilderness fiction.

Reviewing the Evidence

Harlick (Arctic Blue Death) skillfully builds tension, as Meg and Jid attempt to escape, and dread about what will happen when the snowstorm abates and the last gang member arrives. The author respectfully crosses intercultural boundaries in the story and portrays fully formed Algonquin characters alongside their non-Algonquin counterparts.

Publishers Weekly

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