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by Marcelle Dube

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Contact by Marcelle Dube

Every day, Kalupiak hunts farther and farther from the underwater ice caves of the People. Hunting has grown increasingly dangerous with the melting of the ice and the arrival of new creatures—none more dangerous than the humans. Legends tell of earlier confrontations with the humans where the humans tried to kill the People. On the day Kalupiak finally comes face to face with his first human he must make a choice: kill or be killed.

A short story by the author of Kirwan’s Son.

About the Author:

Marcelle Dubé grew up near Montreal. After trying out a number of different provinces—not to mention Belgium—she settled in the Yukon, where people still outnumber carnivores, but not by much. Her short fiction has appeared in a number of magazines and anthologies. Learn more about her and her published work at www.marcellemdube.com. You can contact her at marcelle.dube@gmail.com.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154723685
Publisher: Falcon Ridge Publishing
Publication date: 06/04/2017
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 930 KB

About the Author

Marcelle Dubé writes mystery, science fiction, fantasy, contemporary and—occasionally—romance fiction. She grew up near Montreal and after trying out a number of different provinces (not to mention Belgium) she settled in the Yukon, where people outnumber carnivores, but not by much.

Her short stories have appeared in magazines and award-winning anthologies. Her novels include the Mendenhall Mystery series (a number of her short stories are also set in the world of Mendenhall Chief of Police Kate Williams) and The A'lle Chronicles, as well as standalone fantasy novels. Her work is available in print and in electronic format.

To find out more about Marcelle, visit her at www.marcellemdube.com.
 

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