Midnight to the North

Midnight to the North

An Untold Story of the Woman Who Saved the Polaris Expedition

Book - 2002
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In a dark back alley, Boone and Andre witness a violent murder, and agree not to mention it. But the killers have different ideas and come after Boone and his friends, killing two of them. Boone is desperate to save himself but realizes to do so he will need to face the violent act in his past that continues to haunt him.
Told in Norah McClintock's trademark suspenseful style and with spare black-and-white illustrations from Mike Deas, this compelling graphic novel looks into the darkness and forces us to face our deepest fears.
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Publisher: New York : Jeremy P. Tarcher, c2002
ISBN: 9781585421336
1585421332
Characteristics: x, 187 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm

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GLNovak
Oct 12, 2011

I wanted to learn more about Tookoolito but this information was pretty sparse in this book, probably because there is little written anywhere. Nickerson did a lot of research and it shows. It was a strangely composed book in that about halfway through the author starts talking about her mother. Maybe she is comparing her knowledge of her mother and her mother's journey through illness to her death with Tookoolito and her life in the United States far from her home in the north. I would recommend this book for those who want information on the North and the search for Franklin.

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