Darkest

The final 1/3 of the book, DARK. Contains the last 20 of more than 50 original, eerie poems and delightfully frightening stories--some morbidly amusing, many nightmarish, and others downright disturbing. Darkly evocative engravings add to the macabre nature of this collection. For all readers, DARKEST contains no excessive profanities nor sexual content. Perfect fireside reading on stormy nights. More

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About James A. Brakken

James A. Brakken was just a boy when he first heard tales of Chief Namakagon and his lost silver mine. Born and raised not far from the Namekagon River in Cable, Wisconsin, where this story takes place, he knew at an early age of the ice roads and logging camp sites and heard, first-hand, the stories of the old logging days.

An educator and active conservationist, James Brakken has earned statewide recognition for his work to protect and preserve the lakes and streams of Northwest Wisconsin through his writing, teaching and leadership.

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