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Alaska Highway Two-Step, Caroline Woodward

I’m speaking with the author and part-time lighthouse keeper just after the re-publication of her book Alaska Highway Two-Step. First published in 1993, the unusual mystery novel is set in part along the legendary route and the release of its new edition coincides with the 75th anniversary of the Highway’s […]

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Disturbing the Peace, Caroline Woodward

Please visit Caroline’s website for more of her novels. Kudos for Disturbing the Peace: Two long prose poems and fourteen short fictions inspired by the author’s upbringing on a Peace River homestead. Sharp-edged, observant and well-salted with wit, these stories are much-anthologized, from high school and university textbooks to TV […]

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Penny Loves Wade, Wade Loves Penny – Caroline Woodward

In this long-awaited novel, Caroline Woodward returns to her Peace River roots. Penny Loves Wade, Wade Loves Penny is a contemporary story about middle-aged love enduring despite prolonged separations. The story winds around Penny Toland, resolute ranch wife and part-time teacher, and her husband, Wade, reluctant rancher and good man, […]

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