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Michael Rowe -- Book Launch

Friday Dec 06 2013 7:00 pm, Winnipeg, Grant Park in the Atrium

Winnipeg launch of Wild Fell: A Ghost Story (ChiZine Publications).

The crumbling summerhouse called Wild Fell, soaring above the desolate shores of Blackmore Island, has weathered the violence of the seasons for more than a century. Built for his family by a 19th-century politician of impeccable rectitude, the house has kept its terrible secrets and its darkness sealed within its walls. For a hundred years, the townspeople of Alvina have prayed that the darkness inside Wild Fell would stay there, locked away from the light. Jameson Browning, a man well acquainted with suffering, has purchased Wild Fell with the intention of beginning a new life, of letting in the light. But what waits for him at the house is devoted to its darkness and guards it jealously. It has been waiting for Jameson his whole life - or even longer. And now, at long last, it has found him.

Michael Rowe was born in Ottawa and has lived in Beirut, Havana, Geneva, and Paris. A 1982 graduate of St. John's Cathedral Boy's School in Selkirk, Manitoba, he is an award-winning journalist and essayist, and the author of several books, including the novel Enter, Night which was a finalist for both the Sunburst Award and the Prix Aurora. BarnesAndNoble.com declared Enter, Night the #1 vampire novel of 2011. He lives in Toronto and can be found at www.michaelrowe.com.

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Wild Fell

- by Michael Rowe - A Ghost Story (series)

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A man with a father dying of Alzheimer's purchases an old mansion on an island in Georgian Bay with the intention of turning it into a guest house. But he soon discovers that the house's tragic history is inextricably linked with that of the town, and that more is waiting for him than the ghost of his own past. A classic English haunted house story, set in northern Canada.