Posts Tagged by Lesley Crewe
|July 3, 2015||Posted by admin under Family, Fiction|
Grace tries to move to the future by revisiting the past
|March 6, 2014||Posted by Darlene Tobin under Canadian, Drama, Fiction|
Ninety-something-year-old Aunt Hildy returns to her old family homestead to live out her remaining days, but her presence causes a whirlwind of turmoil for the Brooks family.
|January 30, 2011||Posted by Christine Gordon Manley under Canadian, Fiction|
One thing Crewe does well is tell stories. Shoot Me revolves around a family who can be called dysfunctional at best, destructive most of the time, and what transpires when an elderly hard-to-get-along-with aunt returns to the family home to die, bragging of hidden treasure and family secrets.
|October 29, 2010||Posted by Christine Gordon Manley under Canadian, Fiction|
We first meet Tansy. Pretty, young, blonde socialite living the life of New York glitz and glamour. All is not as it seems, however, and Tansy soon finds herself with nothing and returning to her roots: her Cape Breton home she left over fifteen years ago. Enter Bay. Her older sister who lives a stable life of domesticity with her teenage daughter and small-town politics . . .