Norm Kalloch Jr. worked for thirty-four years in natural resource conservation. Retired, he and his wife, Audrey, live eight months off the grid at a pond in Somerset County and winter in St. George, Maine. We are thrilled to carry his books at Bingham General Store. Norm is one of our best selling authors and we are sure everyone will be as excited to read the new book as we are.
What begins as a quiet winter on a remote pond in the wilderness of northwestern Maine soon turns into a fight for survival.
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Jack Ramsay is doing quite well dealing cocaine along the midcoast, but the organization wants him to oversee a new operation in a backwater town in Maine’s interior. Jack, a coastal native, wants nothing to do with living where moose outnumber people. Find out if he can survive.
David Cooper leaves urban life behind and buys a run-down set of cabins. Carol wants nothing to do with her husband's dream of running a sporting camp for hunters and fisherman. As the Coopers struggle to make a living in the Maine Backwoods, trouble erupts in the nearby Dead River Plantation and quickly spirals out of control. Unbeknownst to the Coopers, the conflict is moving their way.
In 1783, a young family finds themselves stranded in Quebec City. Desperate to join his brother in the District of Maine, Robert Forbes attempts to lead his family through the wilderness following an ancient Indian portage trail also used by Benedict Arnold eight years earlier. The journey proves to be far more hazardous than the family had imagined.
Book Selections may vary upon availability
Abandoned Maine By Michael Petipas
Maine Lodges and Sporting Camps By Donald A. Wilson
Maine's Hunting Past By Donald A. Wilson
Maine's Angling Past By Donald A. Wilson
Made in Maine By Paul Rivard
Moxie by Dennis Sasseville and Merrill Lewis
Logging and Lumbering in Maine by Donald A. Wilson
Strange Maine by Michelle Souliere
Margaret Chase Smith's Skowhegan by Frank H. Sleeper