Talking to Wendigo

Ask a question about this product
ISBN: 9780888013040
Base price with tax $12.99
Sales price $12.99
Sales price without tax $12.99

When a local guide goes missing in the woods north of Lake Superior, William Longstaffe, a retired English professor who retreated to the isolation of his cabin in the wilderness after the death of his wife, unwillingly becomes involved in the search for the missing man--and the eventual discovery of his body. The trail soon leads to more deaths and the haunting legend of a lost gold mine.

Drawn into the mystery by Jack Crowfoot, a handyman William hired to fix up his cabin, he soon discovers there is more to Jack than meets the eye. As Jack introduces a reluctant William into the spirit world, he gradually comes to terms with his life and begins to see the possibility of a new relationship with the town cafe owner Maggie Frazer.

As Jack and William pursue clues to the murder, they meet a cast of possible suspects -- local eccentric Crazy Crazy; Hollywood actor Lance Rockwell and his beautiful wife Carolyn; Andy Polsky, owner of Andy's Adrenaline Wilderness Tours; has-been movie star Tyler Westman; Harry Perkins, a vacationing stockbroker; and two geologist with something to hide. The situation soon gets out of control, until Jack and William find themselves alone in the bush with the killer -- and the sinister presence of a forest spirit called Wendigo.

Last modified onWednesday, 04 December 2013 12:13
John Goodman

John C. Goodman has published two books of poetry. His novel, Talking to Wendigo (Turnstone Press) was short-listed for an Arthur Ellis Award. His short fiction, poems and essays have appeared in The Fiddlehead; Otoliths; experiment-o; BlazeVOX; Istanbul Literary Review; Urban Graffiti and numerous other magazines. John is the editor of Ditch, an online poetry magazine. He lives in the Gulf Islands of British Columbia, Canada.

Ravenstone an imprint of Turnstone Press

206-100 Arthur Street
Winnipeg, MB   R3B 1H3
Ph: 204-947-1555; Toll Free: 888-363-7718

Turnstone Press acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Manitoba Arts Council, the Government of Canada, and the Province of Manitoba through Manitoba Sport, Culture and Heritage.

Log In or Register

fb iconLog in with Facebook