A Haunting in the Arctic (Paperback)

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A Haunting in the Arctic (Paperback)

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A  deserted shipwreck off the coast of Iceland holds terrors and dark secrets in this chilling horror novel from the author of The Lighthouse Witches.

The year is 1901, and Nicky is attacked, then wakes on board the Ormen, a whaling ship embarked on what could be its last voyage. With land still weeks away, it’s just her, the freezing ocean, and the crew – and they’re all owed something only she can give them...

Now, over one hundred years later, the wreck of the Ormen has washed up on the forbidding, remote coast of Iceland. It’s scheduled to be destroyed, but explorer Dominique feels an inexplicable pull to document its last days, even though those who have ventured onto the wreck before her have met uncanny ends.
 
Onboard the boat, Dominique will uncover a dark past riddled with lies, cruelty, and murder—and her discovery will change everything. Because she’ll soon realize she’s not alone. Something has walked the floors of the Ormen for almost a century. Something that craves revenge.
C. J. Cooke is an award-winning poet and novelist published in twenty-three languages. She teaches creative writing at the University of Glasgow, where she also researches the impact of motherhood on women's writing and creative writing interventions for mental health.
Product Details ISBN: 9780593550205
ISBN-10: 059355020X
Publisher: Berkley
Publication Date: February 27th, 2024
Pages: 352
Language: English
“An unnerving tale full of ghosts, selkies and plenty of mystery, which Cooke deploys not only to craft the novel’s frights but also to probe ideas of grief and retribution…haunting.”—The New York Times

"Rich, chilling and gorgeously gothic. A Haunting in the Arctic is the kind of enchanting, terrifying mystery I just adore."—Chris Whitaker, New York Times bestselling author of We Begin at the End

“Cooke expertly maintains suspense throughout, gradually peeling back the layers of each timeline.”—Publishers Weekly

"Cooke delivers yet another spine-chilling treat in this lushly imagined, terrifying novel. The characters will haunt you long after the final page is turned."—Emilia Hart, New York Times bestselling author of Weyward

“A taut, dark, harrowing horror novel.”—SFFWorld

“This book is highly, highly recommended. It's freakin' brilliant and will stay with you for a while.”-Game Vortex