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Told in alternating chapters that go back and forth between the 1990s and the present, Unravelling uncovers a story of corruption that connects the two small-town British Columbia protagonists whose worlds are irreparably damaged. Ruthless octogenarian Vivian Lennox fights her deteriorating mind as she defends the catastrophic decisions she made decades earlier. Armed only ...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published October 1st 2020 by Guernica Editions
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Susan Armstrong
Sep 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing
The two main protagonists in this story, young Elana and elder Vivian have much in common if you look under the surface. Both defy convention, follow their own star and unknowingly are kindred enemies. There is an intelligence to this plot that bolsters you, and enough twists that keep you glued to the pages. I had to reread sections a number of times as I was reading too fast to know what was going to happen next that I lost track of some details. It captures small town lives and relationships ...more
Kindree Draper
Nov 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing
What an excellent read! For anyone who’s lived the small town experience this book will resonate. The writing is crisp and authentic. The plot line keeps you there and it’s hard to put down. I’m mindful of Miss Marple’s description of village archetypes in the genuine quality Boxwell has offered for each intriguing contribution they make to the story.

Every community does have its secrets, some worse than others and this story makes the reader want to find out what will be revealed next in this
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Best B. C. novel I have read so far (Jan 17) in 2021.
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