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Disturbing the Peace

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Welcome to some revved-up, down-home writing where you'll meet two teenage sisters working in a sleazy Alaska Highway truckstop, the Pouce Coupe women's softball team, and an immigrant woman who finally takes the boat home.
Paperback, 139 pages
Published December 31st 1990 by Polestar Calendars (first published March 1990)
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Caroline Woodward is a writer and light-keeper on Lennard Island Lightstation, near Tofino, B.C. She writes short and long fiction, poetry, children's picture books, for children aged 8-11, non-fiction essays and articles, sound pieces for radio and assorted other ephemera.
She grew up on a homestead in the north Peace River region of B.C. without benefit of electricity, TV, running water, compute
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