This has taken an age, but The Greenland Trilogy is finally in paperback with a whopping 632 pages. #loveit
There are several polar bear sequences in the story, and it makes sense – for me – to link to another Nanook song about the polar bear, and a shaman taking on polar bear form. Greenland is rich with shamanic culture and tradition, so, naturally, book three my trilogy is called The Shaman’s House.
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It’s hot in Denmark, so I thought I would look north. I’ve just revamped the covers for The Greenland Trilogy in an effort to cool down.
Also trying to wrangle all the covers into something recognisable. 🙂
A while ago I suggested that I needed an Australian character in the third book of The Greenland Trilogy. He’s arrived, and his name is Rhys Thomas. The Americans are represented too, as are the Canadians – again. But The Shaman’s House starts in Greenland, of course. There are more Greenlanders than in the previous books, as we spend more time in the populated areas – places I have lived, and visited. The closer I get to releasing The Shaman’s House, the more personal I realise the book has become. The story is pure fiction – adrenaline fueled – but the locations, and some of the anecdotes – sometimes fact can be stranger than fiction and a real source of inspiration.
Everything is made up, or used fictitiously, but I did enjoy writing my old house into the story!
Curious to read about where I lived? The final installment in the Greenland Trilogy is now available for pre-order at a special price.
In the eyes of the Danish government, Konstabel Fenna Brongaard has switched sides and gone rogue. The collateral damage she left in her wake in Greenland’s capital, Nuuk, has been brushed away by a shadowy figure known as The Magician. In return for his assistance, Fenna is tasked with entering the United States in the wake of a Presidential assassination, with one clear goal: to apprehend the assassin. As her list of allies grows thin, Fenna teams up with the man responsible for the death of her Sirius Patrol partner. Together, they must get the assassin out of North America and to a safe house in a remote country. Fenna knows the end game is in sight, and, if she is to survive it, she needs to choose the terrain and the location.
She chooses Greenland.
She chooses the Shaman’s House.
The stakes are higher, the action more intense, and the environment raw, wild, and lethal.
The final installment in the Greenland Trilogy is now available for pre-order at a special pre-order price.