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Viewing Entry - Deep river night (AM13128)
by Lane, Patrick

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TitleDeep river night
Author / Responsible partyLane, Patrick
GenreCrime stories.
TopicsCrime stories. Conduct of life -- Fiction. Veterans -- Employment -- Fiction. World War, 1939-1945 -- Veterans -- Canada -- Fiction.
Intended AudienceAdult
PublisherCNIB library


World War Two vet Art Kenning is the alcoholic first-aid man in an isolated sawmill village in the interior of B.C., where he dreads the sound of the five whistles that summon him to the mill floor whenever a worker is hurt. Traumatized by an incident in Holland, when he stood by while members of his unit committed a horrific act, he loses himself in drink. His self-imposed detachment is shattered when one of the most powerful men at the mill arrives at his door late one evening to ask for his help. What unfolds over the course of that night and following day will force Art to confront acts of evil, both in the present and the past, as well as the tragic consequences of his own inaction.

Additional Information

System control numberAM13128
Original Print PublisherToronto : McClelland & Stewart, 2018.
NarratorJo Ayers.
Narrator NameJo Ayers.
Participant or performer noteJo Ayers.
Narrators GenderFemale narrator