AT THE END OF THE WORLD: A True Story of Murder in the Arctic
Takes readers to the Belcher Islands in a remote corner of the Arctic to tell the shocking story of an Inuit turned Christian who used his new-found beliefs as a path to violence. By turns elegiac and whimsical, lyrical and horrific, this bold work reveals what happens when faith turns to obsession. Photos.
Publisher: St. Martin's
Item #: 3828328
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