Granite and Dry Blood
By Lenny Everson
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Published: April 17, 2011
Words: 10,423 (approximate)
A short canoeing adventure set in Ontario's Massassauga Provincial Park. With canoes, a bear, a nuke, a B-52 and a guy with a gun.
At less than 10,000 words, this is perfect for someone with limited time or a short attention span.
Tony just wants to write another travel guide for canoeists. His plans to head into Massasauga Provincial Park alone begin to unravel at the dock when a good-looking woman talks him into taking her with him.
He doesn't know about the hungry bear at the campsite, or the man with the rifle and the guy with the B-52 determined to interrupt his plans.
massassauga provincial park fiction
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