D.R. MacDonald, raised on Cape Breton Island, now teaches at Stanford University. His writing has won NEA grants, Pushcart Prizes, and other prestigious awards. This is the haunting story of Innis Corbett, a young man in trouble with the law, who is forced back to his birthplace on Cape Breton. Living with his uncle, he is pulled into a volatile and violent triangle when a bruised but beautiful woman comes to stay with them.
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