$19.95 CAD

Incident at Willow Creek

Don Hunter 978-1-897126-41-7 | 192 Pages April, 2009 Ebook, Fiction

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About this book

After her mother’s death, Liz Thomas inherits the key to a bank lockbox containing the official government documents of Camp 10, a prisoner-of-war camp located in the sleepy town of Willow Creek, AB during World War II. As Liz desperately attempts to piece together reports on a life she never knew her mother had, she discovers a family secret so tragic that it was kept under lock-and-key for over sixty years of Canadian history.

• Shortlisted for best Book Cover / Jacket Design, Alberta Book Publishing Awards

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Reviews

"“Within a few lines of Don Hunter’s narrative, you can see that town, that young boy, and the prairie after the rain … Don Hunter has written a very believable tale. He brings all the parts together in the story’s past, and offers an understated but poignant ending in the story’s present.”

~ Legacy Magazine