Scotch River

Scotch River

A Novel

Book - 2006
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Little has skillfully created a captivating story with fresh, original characters and a fictional world that feels real. The novel explores family and its power to maim its own, and the nature of belonging. Cass Hutt, rodeo rider and illiterate orphan, returns from the Prairies with an inherited land deed. He commences to find his inheritance and shake the place up, and discovers who he really is and what it means to call a place home.
Publisher: Toronto : Penguin, 2006
ISBN: 9780670065431
0670065439
Branch Call Number: FIC Littl 7005 1
Characteristics: 329 p

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nipper
Mar 06, 2011

man returns to nova scotia....seeking family history, deed to land, family secrets, good

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gailygirl
Sep 15, 2007

Why are so many characters of Canadian fiction just so odd? And yet - we relate to them! Great read about a dysfunctional family - some of whom the reader will care about very deeply - and some with very particular talents.

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