A Forest For Calum by Frank Mcdonald


Some voices are not easily silenced.

Like many smallish and inelegant towns that dot the coastlines and crossroads of this country, Shean’s postwar, post-industrial economy is in desperate disrepair, and the lengths that some civic leaders will go to in order to do “what’s best” for a town like Shean sometimes requires a leap of faith that has unintended consequences.

When a global corporation plans a daring scheme to exploit the remaining coal from an improbable source – and thus to secure Shean’s economic future – politicians try to marginalize the few voices of dissent.

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Dark paperback covers with blue spine. Edge wear and corner bumps. Clean, tight pages and binding. Published by Cape Breton University Press in 2005. Measures 9 x 6 with 383 pages. LN – Fiction


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