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"There is an underlying tension maintained throughout the book that makes a simple story an engrossing yarn. Worth reading!" - Geoffrey Lambert, award winning author of The Morozov Inheritance
Newly-wed Inga Jamieson is stunned to learn her husband, thought lost for more than a year on an Arctic whaling ship, may have survived.
In 1845 newly-wed Inga Jamieson is grieving after her whaling husband, Thorold, lost in the Arctic more than a year earlier. When a lone survivor is found, emaciated and ravaged by his experiences, Inga fears it may be her husband.
For months Inga has struggled to cope with widowhood. Now, she may be faced with Thorold’s return from the dead. Her excitement gives way to fears as she confronts the future, filled with doubt and despair. Does Inga have the resources to cope with the burdens placed on her young shoulders? Does she have the personal fortitude to deal with the superstition and drama that unfolds around her?
What readers are saying:
“An unforgettable tale of a time long passed.” M. Forward
“I felt I knew Inga personally and imagined myself in her shoes. A spine chilling experience.” J. Parfrey
“I couldn’t put it down. You will keep reading right to the end.” A. Matthews