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Incident at Willow Creek

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After her mother's death, Liz Thomas inherits the key to a bank lockbox containing the official government documents of Camp 10, a prisoner-of-war camp located in the sleepy town of Willow Creek, AB during World War II. As Liz desperately attempts to piece together reports on a life she never knew her mother had, she discovers a family secret so tragic that it was kept ...more
Paperback, 187 pages
Published August 1st 2009 by NeWest Press (first published June 2009)
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Jan 19, 2011 John rated it liked it
Shelves: canadian, mystery, ww2
This was an ok read. The family secret was only a secret to the daughter. Readers will be able to figure out what is happening almost from the start. Still it was interesting to read about the interaction between the towns people, the military and the prisoners of war. Goodness knows how accurate a portrayal it is.
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Don Hunter emigrated from the UK to Canada in 1961, where he earned a B.Ed from the University of British Columbia. In 1969 he joined The Province, a daily newspaper in Vancouver, as a theatre critic, reporter, editor, and eventually as a writer for the up-front opinion column “Out and About.” A personal memoir of his teaching experiences in northern BC led to a CBC television movie and a ...more
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