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The Lone Angler (Audiobook)

The Lone Angler (Audiobook)

Duration:  3h 45m Abridged
Pub Date: May 1, 1998
BTC Audiobooks  /  Fiction  /  Novels
Audio Cassette:   9780864922427    $19.95


In this hilarious and moving novel, the third in Herb Curtis's critically acclaimed Brennen Siding trilogy, the fabled Miramichi River takes centre stage. Palidin Ramsey travels to Texas to seek his fortune and meets the madcap owner of a sporting goods chain. Meanwhile, Palidin's brother Dryfly follows true love to New York, only to find that he's taken the long route back home.

Contributors

Herb Curtis was raised near Blackville, on the Miramichi, and now lives in Fredericton, New Brunswick. His collection of short fiction, Luther Corhern's Salmon Camp Chronicles (1999), was nominated for the Stephen Leacock Award. The Last Tasmanian (1991, 2001), one of four novels, garnered the Thomas Head Raddall Atlantic Fiction Award and was a regional finalist for the Commonwealth Writers' Prize.

Richard Donat is a Canadian film and television actor.