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Two Crows Joy

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When ace investigative reporter Hannah Sims chases a story to an idyllic seaside town nestled on the rugged coastline of Nova Scotia’s South Shore, she ends up uncovering more than she bargained for. The historic and stately Haddon House has been a fixture of the Liverpool streetscape for over two hundred years. Perched high on a hill that overlooks the harbour, the expans ...more
Published November 1st 2011 by Bryler Publications Inc.
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Interesting as a companion piece to the first book in the series. It's like those books that retell the story from a different character's POV because the reporter gets the story from a bunch of different angles so the events from book 1 are basically retold in this book.

Unfortunately once again there were a bunch of editing mistakes, which for a newspaper editor by trade seems odd and unfortunate.
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Mar 08, 2015 Sarah O'toole rated it did not like it
Really wish he could have unlearned his journalism and written a good story. How many times can you use the word 'quaint'? Has he ever heard of pronouns?
I am embarrassed to admit I actually read the first two in the series. His writing is awful.
He could have had something worth the story concept but couldn't execute.
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Vernon Oickle lives in Liverpool, Nova Scotia. He studied journalism in Lethbridge, Alberta and upon his graduation in 1982, he returned to his hometown to begin his newspaper career. Since then, Vernon has won many regional, national and international awards for writing and photography. In 2012, he won the International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors’ Golden Quill Award for best editorial wr ...more
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