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Dead of Winter by Brian Moreland
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Oct 22, 2011

really liked it

A very well done horror with believable plot twists, loss, betrayal and redemption. The main characters are those that have lost the groundings of their lives, usually through the actions of others. These are people that could easily have given in to despair and surrendered to the evil that had already tried to destroy their lives but manage to make it through the hardships for a chance to rebuild their lives. Ultimately, in the end, this is a tale about justice and a fresh chance.
Taking place during the colonial days with the northern fur trade and involving evil spirits, deals with the devil and cannibalism. Definitely not for the faint of heart. © Night Owl Reviews

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