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The Perils of Isolation

Blair Wylie

The Perils of Isolation contains three separate stories about how people survive the unusual situations in which they find themselves. Connecting the three stories is the author's obvious love of fishing, always in remote, hard to get to areas.

'Mic Muk Mac' is set in the wilds of Ontario, Canada, when a group of school friends go on an annual fishing holiday.

'The Naïve Neftyanik' is a story of Canadian oilman, Blake McTavish, whose contract is to set up his company's operations in western Siberia. It's a very different working environment but he goes fishing with some of his new-found, Russian friends.

Finally, find out what happens to a group of fishing friends on their trip to a remote area of Labrador, Canada, in 'The Tesla Terrorist' and how they survive the biggest electrical storm ever known.

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ABOUT BLAIR WYLIE


Blair Wylie is a retired Canadian oil and gas engineer and manager. He worked thirty-five years in a number of interesting places, including the Arctic, Western Siberia, the North Sea, Newfoundland, and Trinidad and Tobago. In his second career as a writer, he prefers to stay in the plausible world with respect to science, and character studies. His stories place everyday people in awkward if not outright terrifying situations, then have them discover hidden strengths while they rescue themselves. He hopes readers will come away feeling better about themselves, and about the future in general.