A college student working his second summer on a run-down salmon and crab processing barge in Alaska encounters a killer brown bear in a most unlikely place. He is forewarned by a mysterious native Alaskan man but then has to fend for himself.
There is such a thing as too much help...
Amber Marley insists on giving Hawk and Zach Callahan lessons in basic survival training. Instead, they get an entire town of helpful interfering neighbors. Elsewhere, Admiral Kian orders their spaceship readied using Earth-based raw materials to manufacture their own parts.
Leading both to a dangerous encounter in the rugged Alaska mountains.
Shipwrecked at the beginning of winter on an uncharted Kodiak island, Bryan Weaver must not only save his son and his partner and return to civilization, but also kill the bear that is hunting them.
Ken Sturgis of Epicenter Press says Dead Man's Bay is "lively and fast paced and well written."
In the historical novel Bet: Stowaway Daughter, 13-year-old Lisbet "Bet" Lindstrom stows away aboard a tall ship in 1933 Seattle to save her father from prison. She has amazing adventures in Alaska, saves sailors from certain death, and faces the man who threatens everything she loves.
Rasurgam is a story of loss and reclamation. The story begins when Jeff Rider, an executive for a Chicago agency, leaves his job and the next day flies to Boston to watch his daughter receive her doctorate from Harvard. Jeff chronicles how life spirals downward to where he finds himself doing the deadliest of jobs, commercial fishing. Follow Jeff as he struggles to find equilibruim in his life.
The first volume in a series of collected humor columns written by award-winning author A. E. Poynor. For less than twenty percent of what you paid for the latte you'll spew out your nose while reading this book, you can learn about everyday life in Alaska where laughing about the trials unique to the country is much better than just shivering in the cold.
From best-selling author and award-winning writing instructor Louella Nelson, a tale of romance, deception, and danger in the wilds of Alaska — Mail-Order Mate. “Nelson is clearly a master storyteller.”–Blake Likins, Middletown, CT.
In the wild tundra of Alaska a young man, Joe, finds himself on the wrong end of a gun during a drug deal. It's not long before he's quivering, and tasting his own blood. He and his friends decide to find out who is behind this betrayal.
They discover that Alaska has a dark underbelly that's just waiting to eat them alive. They wade in, and Joe finds that they are in mortal danger.
"Arctic Glass: Six Years of Adventure Stories from Alaska and Beyond" is an anthology of thirty-three adventure stories spanning more than six years and places ranging from the frozen Alaska wilderness to the Himalayas of Nepal. Endurance racing, cycling, and self-actualization amid stunning outdoor landscapes are common themes in these compelling vignettes about "The Adventure of Life."