Black sheep of the tribe

Amanda Hale (right) digs for buried treasure in her WW II English family history to tell the “fictional memoir” of a socially shamed father and the impact it had on his wife and children. FULL STORY

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Natelle Fitzgerald

November 27th, 2019

When journalism graduate Natelle Fitzgerald of tiny Beaton, B.C. (formerly Thomson’s Landing, at the head of Upper Arrow Lake) isn’t operating a summer mountaineering camp with her husband, she’s launching a new career as a novelist with Viaticum (Now or Never $19.95). Having overcome a divorce and a fundamentalist upbringing, cancer survivor Annika expects some clear sailing—only to cross paths with a debt-ridden realtor, Matt, who leads her into a web of deception and desire. In fiction, invariably there are more snakes than ladders. Originally from Halifax, Fitzgerald holds a journalism degree from the University of King’s College and a Bachelor of Science degree from Mount Allison University. 978-1-988098-87-6

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