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Kip Robinson Greenthal, Shoal Water - IN PERSON

Disillusioned by the Vietnam war and troubled by their own past, Kate and Andy leave New York City for a remote Nova Scotia fishing village in search of a simpler life. Living in Andy’s boyhood summer home, they discover the old house is haunted by its original owner, Basil Tannard, who decades earlier was saved by a seal from an accident at sea.

As Kate and Andy settle into the barren, Atlantic community and start a bookstore and begin to raise a family, they discover the problems of their own past are mirrored in the unrest of the locals who are grappling with change as modern technology threatens their traditional fishing livelihood.

Starts: January 16, 2022

Time: 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Admission: $5 – $19.55

Location: Village Books in Fairhaven
1200 11th St., Bellingham, WA 98229

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Produced By: Village Books

Phone: (360) 671-2626

Email: events@villagebooks.com

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