The Tent PegBook - 2005
In this intriguing story, a young woman who disguises herself as a man to work in a uranium prospecting camp deep in the Yukon mountains. J.L. is on the run from an empty heart and is desperate for solitude. Yet solitude eludes her from the moment she hangs up her pots and pans in the cook tent, and the men in the camp begin to drift toward her, drawn by her silence. These men are drifters, romantics and outcasts - men who have come to the North in search of answers for questions they can't define.
Publisher: Calgary, Alta. : Red Deer Press, 2005, 1981.
Branch Call Number: VAN
Characteristics: 220 p.
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