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by Kathy Page

eBook The Find ePub
Author: Kathy Page
Language: English
ISBN: 1552788377
ISBN13: 978-1552788370
Publisher: McArthur & Company; 1st Edition edition (April 30, 2010)
Pages: 299
Category: Literary
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 266
Formats: rtf mobi lrf lit
ePub file: 1470 kb
Fb2 file: 1679 kb

Anna Silowski, highly educated, driven and successful, works as a curator. Kathy Page has taught fiction writing at Universities in England, Finland and Estonia, and held residencies in schools and a variety of other ties, including a fishing village and a men’s prison. She now lives in British Columbia, Canada. Mor. rivia About The Find.

Kathy Page (born 8 April 1958) is a British-Canadian writer. She is the author of seven previous novels, including The Story of My Face (longlisted for the Orange Prize in 2002) and Alphabet (nominated for the Governor General’s Literary Award for fiction in Canada in 2005), as well as Canada’s Giller Prize-shortlisted story collections Paradise & Elsewhere (2014) and The Two of Us (2016). Her latest novel, Dear Evelyn, was published in 2018 by And Other Stories in Europe and Biblioasis in North America.

I thought we did everything with a paintbrush!’. Later! When they’re done, we’ll hand-cut through the layers closer to the concretio. ever them of. ar. Even with ear protectors on, everyone could hear and feel the sound of metal on rock, its echo, the pulses of the generator and compressors

Books by Kathy Page: Paradise And Elsewhere.

10 1. Books by Kathy Page: Paradise And Elsewhere. 10. The Story of My Face.

Listen to books in audio format. Soon after, the engineer’s body is found crushed under the wheels of a race car. Tempe realises the situation is truly sinister - and that even her own life could be in terrible danger. Mystery & Detective, Thrillers & Crime. A collection of pulse-pounding tales featuring forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan including the untold story of her first case! The "New York Times "bestselling author behind the hit Fox series "Bones, "Kathy Reichs is renowned for chilling suspense and fascinating forensic detail. The Bone Collection" presents her trademark artistry in this collection of thrilling short fiction.

Kathy Page is the author of seven novels, including The Story of My Face (longlisted for the Orange Prize in 2002), and The Find (shorlisted for the ReLit Award in 2011), as well as many short stories, previously collected in As In Music and Paradise & Elsewhere (Biblioasis 2013). Born in the UK, Kathy has lived on Salt Spring Island since 2001.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Kathy Page was born in London. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Hardcover: 233 pages.

The Two of Us. 191 printed pages. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. Longlisted for the 2016 Giller Prize The stories in The Two of Us focus on pairs: intense one-on-one relationships and encounters. Characters undergo genetic testing, garden, overeat, starve themselves, consider suicide, travel, have their hair cut, fall pregnant, all while simultaneously driving each other towards moments where they – sometimes unwillingly - glimpse the meaning and shape of their lives, and who they might become. Family Life Short Stories Fiction. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate

Kathy Page (born 8 April 1958) is a British-Canadian writer. Page's 2002 book The Story of My Face, which was long listed for the Orange Prize for Fiction in the . Alphabet, published in 2005, was nominated for the Governor General's Literary Award in Canada in 2005. She is the author of seven previous novels, including The Story of My Face (longlisted for the Orange Prize in 2002) and Alphabet (nominated for the Governor General’s Literary Award for fiction in Canada in 2005), as well as Canada’s Giller Prize -shortlisted story collections Paradise & Elsewhere (2014) and The Two of Us (2016). The novel The Find was published in April 2010 and was shortlisted for the ReLit Award in 2011. Her novel Paradise and Elsewhere, a collection of short stories, was published in June 2014.

Anna Silowski, highly-educated, driven and successful, works as a curator in a prestigious paleontological museum; Scott Macleod dropped out of school, has a confused relationship with his native roots, and an alcoholic father in tow. She, it seems, is at the top of her game; he does not even know what his might be. A day's prospecting leads Anna to make an extraordinary discovery in the remote part of BC where Scott lives. As the tensions below the surface of her successful career are exposed, Anna, who has for years carried terrifying knowledge that she feels she must keep secret `almost from herself', is pushed toward breakdown. She finds herself unexpectedly dependent on Scott; recruited to help on the excavation she is heading, he is soon way out of his depth. The excavation itself teeters on the edge of disaster. What can be salvaged? Has Anna used Scott? Will he abandon her? What is the nature of the bond between them?
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