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Snowblind - A 66 degrees north novel by Edward Weinman. - DIGITAL .PDF READER VERSION

Iceland was once the pride of Europe—a strong economy, beautiful people, supposedly one of the happiest nations on Earth. Suddenly, it went bankrupt. Snowblind examines Iceland at exactly this moment, zeroing in on Jón, a morally confused banker, as his life spirals out of control in tandem with the unraveling of his nation.
Snowblind details what happens when a drug deal turns sour. At the heart of the novel lies the fragile relationship between two estranged brothers, Jón and Palli. As winter suffocates them with 20 hours of darkness, the brothers find themselves with blood on their hands, and on the run from Gummi, Iceland’s only true homicide detective. As they crisscross Iceland, the torturous chase unearths a bewitching country, unforgiving terrain and a spiritual darkness so debilitating it leads Icelanders to violence, binge drinking and murder.

Special thanks to my parents Richard and Ginny; my 11 siblings. Thank you to: ameliaannphoto.com (cover designed by), Bart Cameron and Win Golden of Castiglia Literary Agency.

Copyright 2014 Edward Weinman

Published by Knick Knack Records

 

About Edward Weinman:

Edward Weinman

He spent nearly one fourth of his life as an expat on Iceland, enduring many long, dark, cold, windy, gray winters. But he made it out alive, without kids and having suffered only one nervous breakdown. His debut thriller, "The Ring Road," (released in 2013, Knick Knack Records) was born out of his life in Reykjavik where he was based as a travel writer.  His journalism has been picked up by The Associated Press and The Sunday Times of London, among others. Edward co-wrote the film "A Little Trip to Heaven" with director Baltasar Kormakur. Little Trip, a psychological thriller starring Forest Whitaker, Jeremy Renner and Julia Stiles, screened at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival. Edward earned his MFA in writing, literature and publishing from Emerson College in Boston. He has eight brothers and three sisters.