Dead Edit Redo

Dead Edit Redo
Language: 
ISBN10: 
1909636029
ISBN13: 
9781909636026
Pages: 
108
Published: 
March 15th 2013 by Greyhart Press
Rating: 
3.75

Professor and best-selling poet Alain C. Dexter leaps to his death at Valletta Falls, moments after posting his final Facebook update, in the shape of a woman’s breasts. Thousands of fans click Like and move on; only one, in a small Icelandic town, sees through the morbid wit and takes measures to save him. Meanwhile, Constable Elsie Kalahash of the Ontario Provincial Police just wants to go on holidays. But when you’re a Cree medicine woman trained in the Backward-Facing Path, there are no days off.

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