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Two men struggle to survive - trapped in an isolated coastal inlet while being hunted by outlaw bikers.
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|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.85(d)|
About the Author
Although he lived in several communities around the province of British Columbia during his earliest years, Mark Johnstone has spent most of his life in the city of Campbell River, on Vancouver Island. Mark and his wife Anne have two sons, Cody and Sam, at home, while their eldest son, Shawn, and their daughter, Alicia, are out on their own.
Mark graduated from high school in Campbell River, BC. Through work experience and home studies he has achieved first a 4th, and then a 3rd Class Stationary Engineering Certificate. He graduated magna cum laude from a two-year full time program at the British Columbia Institute of Technology, with a diploma as a Mechanical Technologist. Several years later Mark received a diploma for the completion of a two-year program in Health Services Management.
Mark worked a variety of small jobs during his teens. Then he spent a few years as a steam engineer in a large pulp and paper mill. After technical school Mark worked in sales and engineering of equipment for the commercial fishing industry for a few years. He traveled extensively throughout North America while working in that industry. For the last two decades Mark has worked in Maintenance Management in the Health Care Sector.
Mark has always enjoyed the outdoors. As a child his parents took the family outside for most of their recreation activities, and Mark has continued that tradition with his own family: fishing, camping, boating and hiking as much as time will allow.
Mark has enjoyed several different hobbies over the years. He has competed successfully in many shooting competitions. For several years he worked closely with a local theater group,doing set design and construction. Mark spent five years volunteering with the local Coast Guard Auxiliary, and this time was both exciting and educational. For the last five years or so he has focussed on fiction writing, and is presently working on his third novel.