Death on the Barrens
by George Grinnell
In 1955, five young men and their guide, Art Moffat, set out on a canoe trip through the Canadian Arctic. They were poorly prepared, cold, out of food, and lost their guide in an accident. The author struggled for 50 years to write an account of their tragic adventure. First published in 1996, this reprint has been eagerly awaited by fans of survival stories.