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Publishing fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and Maritime interest books (with a focus on Mi'kmaq and African Nova Scotian) since 1979.

 

 

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Where Duty Lies

"Where Duty Lies" tells the story of how 23-year-old Frank Grimmer of St. Andrews, New Brunswick, ended up in the quicksand-like mud of Passchendaele labouring under heavy artillery fire helping construct supply lines that supported the Canadian advance during the Third Battle of Ypres, often referred to as the most horrific in a war of horrific battles. His bravery earned him the Military Medal—and a thousand nights of torment remembering the violence of the events.

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