Craig A. Brockman announces Dead of November: A Novel of Lake Superior.
Craig Brockman is the author of Marty and the Far Woodchuck (a middle-grade novel) and is a contributor to the latest edition of the “U.P. Reader” anthology.
Dead of November is available at Amazon in paperback and eBook editions.
Ghosts of those drowned and never recovered are swarming from Lake Superior. But they are not there to haunt the living. They are fleeing something far more sinister. Adam is a psychologist who returns to resolve his grief over his wife who drowned in the Lake’s hungry waters. Soon he is embroiled in a bizarre world of Native legend and the supernatural. From a hermit’s cabin to a rambling old inn, from a Native fishing boat to a haunted research vessel, from forests to ancient pictographs that lie on restless shores, the drum beat quickens. Gracie Bird, a young, enigmatic native woman will become the key to protecting Adam from a twisted medicine man and unraveling a nefarious scheme.
“In Dead of November, readers will find themselves embroiled in a suspenseful tale of a power-hungry medicine man, ancient Native legends, and the healing that comes with forgiveness. Brockman has a sure hit on his hands with this spellbinding yarn.”–Tyler Tichelaar, award winning author of Haunted Marquette
For more information, check out his website at craigabrockman.com.