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His take on contemporary journalism is Evelyn Waugh—worthy. Another winner. When Gracie McBride, the wild girl who had left town eighteen years earlier, is found dead in an apparent suicide shortly after her homecoming, it sends shockwaves through her native Starvation Lake.

Yet with all the bad blood between Gus and Gracie over the years, Gus would rather deal with other problems. A series of mysterious break-ins is plaguing the small town of Starvation Lake. Oddly, the intruders take nothing, despite evidence that they rifle through personal files. Worry turns to panic when a break-in leads to the death of a beloved citizen.


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Phyllis Bontrager is found dead in the home of her best friend, Bea Carpenter, mother of Gus Carpenter. Bea, suffering from worsening dementia and under the influence of sleeping pills, remembers little of the break-in. Her son, editor of the local newspaper, must pursue a terrible story: the death of a woman he has known all his life, who also happens to be the mother of his ex-girlfriend, Darlene.

Gruley writes elegiacally about small town America, but his deepest love is for its newspaper. Better late than never if you haven't started reading or recommending Gruley's outstanding trilogy. Consider crossover reading for Richard Russo fans. Gruley is a rising star of the genre. There's no mistaking Gruley's fierce love for his frigid hamlet.

View All Events. Fill out the form on this page to contact Bryan directly. Skip to content Twelve years ago, her life was torn apart. Now those who wronged her will pay.

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Author Gary P. Format Paperback. Publisher Createspace. See details. Buy It Now. Add to cart. Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Product Information Mainly set in remote and isolated northern Canada, this wilderness adventure is a stand alone book.

However, it is also a sequel to the top selling novel Survival at Starvation Lake and takes up where the first book left off. Susan, a 24 year old widow and single mother was facing a big financial problem. She had been on her own since her husband lost his life five years ago, only months after her father died.

Susan had spent her whole life in the Canadian bush but the local saw mill had closed.

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The saw mill's closing caused the local school to close for lack of students. That meant Susan would lose custody of her daughter Lilly if they didn't move to somewhere Lilly could attend school. Susan thought her only hope to find a job in the middle of a major economic recession was to move to Sault Ste. She didn't know anyone there and lacked the finances for the move.

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Susan knew she would feel out of place in the big city and didn't want to move. The move seemed like her only option, until a mysterious stranger left her a large financial gift which meant a job wouldn't be essential.

This would allow her to move to the much smaller town of Wawa. The stranger left a note and a very large check, then disappeared. From the note it was obvious the woman knew a lot about Susan and Lilly but Susan couldn't understand how. The lady had signed the note Sally Sinhuna but the name wasn't familiar to Susan or anyone she asked. Months later the lives of this stranger and Susan were destined to become entwined. Additional Product Features Designed by.