In 1941, a bizarre series of murders occurred in a remote corner of the arctic. In his latest book, Millman explores what spurred the violence and the aftermath. At the same time Millman argues for the preservation of the natural world and asks if our culture’s humanity is being destroyed along with the planet. Bustle hailed the book as “a dark and twisted story of religion, violence, and lasting trauma, this true crime book is chilling in more ways than one.”
At the End of the World
A True Story of Murder in the Arctic
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