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Anne Emery’s Search for a Missing Girl

in #82 Winter 2016/Fiction/Reviews by

Lament for Bonnie is the ninth book in Anne Emery’s award-winning Collins-Burke mystery series.

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Beatrice MacNeil’s The Geranium Window is a Tour de Force

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the corrosive affect of secrecy on three generations of a prominent Cape Breton family

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A Hard Old Love Amongst Scavengers: Joycean Prose, Living With Trauma

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A highly recommended, challenging, rewarding and moving work by an under-appreciated Canadian author.

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The Strength of Rita MacNeil

in #82 Winter 2016/Features/History/Nonfiction by

“Lots of people are very insecure, but she just let it all out, she wasn’t worried about being upstaged or anything like that. I always interpreted that as another sign of strength in her.” -Kim Dunn, who played keyboards in Rita MacNeil’s band for 14 years.

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Cape Breton English is the most fun you can have with a dictionary

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This is a dictionary to both explain words and share ways of life which may not be in evidence now, but which still influence the place and people.

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An interview with memoirist and horse lover Marjorie Simmins

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…regular, ordinary people such as myself could dream big, and make the dreams come true.

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Storytelling that celebrates Cape Breton Island

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These stories are sure to entertain and may even invoke a ‘déjà vu’ feeling or a memory from your past.

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