In Inuit mythology, the Keelut is a beast out of the nightmares for those who believe. He stalks, kills, and curses its victims without ever leaving a trace, not even a single footprint in the snow. But, what if the Keelut was not the evil spirit that others believed it to be? What if it only hunted those who deserved to be hunted?

 

Gray Kee moved herself and her two sons to central Alaska after the death of her husband, Anik. They needed a change, and the cold wilderness of Anik’s homeland provided that. After almost three years since their move, Gray has finally begun to come back to herself, only to catch the eye of the ultimate hunter.

 

The Keelut has found his most valuable prey, and he’s not ever going to let her go.