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Soulis Joe's Lost Mine

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Embedded in a rock in an obscure, pristine brook in the wilds of Newfoundland is a legendary quartz vein. The story of the vein and the wealth trapped in it is well-known, but its location has eluded six generations of Newfoundlanders. The source of the legend is Soulis (Suley) Joe, and the precious metal trapped in the vein is silver. Along the Trans-Canada Highway in ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published September 8th 2009 by Flanker Press
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Jerry Cranford
Nov 01, 2013 Jerry Cranford rated it it was amazing
"Soulis Joe's Lost Mine is a number of stories in one: it's a great mystery-adventure; it's a fascinating look at prospecting for precious metals; and it's a heart-warming story about the importance of family pride." -- The Chronicle Herald

"You read this book for the same reason its namesake walked the land, to move, feel its peace, to enjoy its wonder, to pick up a few treasures along the way." -- The Pilot

"This tale also serves to cement Collins' status as one of the region's better storytelle
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