The discovery of the body of Laidie Christie sets in motion a journey of revelation for her sister, Blythe Wylie. As Blythe deals with Laidie’s belongings in the aftermath of her death, she uncovers astonishing information that will rewrite her family’s history.
The Christie and McCorrie families of southern Manitoba are bound together by devastating tragedy and loss, unspeakable secrets, and irrevocable promises. Their story spans four generations as they meander through the twentieth century, exploring the changing social attitudes of the times and laying bare the stunning reality of their lives.
The Great Depression of the 1930’s is an entity in itself—bearing as much weight as any of the human characters of Wolf River—shaping and channeling their lives in ways they cannot control.
Canadian author Margaret Riddell was born in Yorkton, Saskatchewan and grew up in southern Manitoba. She has been a teacher, office manager, and business person, while raising a family of three. Following her retirement she began freelance writing and her work has appeared in a variety of publications. She presently lives with her husband Ken in Carman, Manitoba.
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