By Jeremy Akerman
Called home to Cape Breton by a family crisis, a Toronto police woman finds herself drawn back into familiar complexities of local relationships, the possibility of romance, and a dark mystery. The story unfolds against the rich canvas of the people, land, and sea that make Cape Breton unique.
The author, Jeremy Akerman, is an adoptive Nova Scotian who has lived in the province since 1964. In that time, he has been an archaeologist, a radio announcer, a politician, a senior civil servant, a newspaper editor, and a film actor.
He is a painter of landscapes and portraits, a singer of Irish Folk songs, a lover of wine, and a devotee of history.
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