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"A girl whose lifestyles has been stricken by the disappearances of household reluctantly confronts her family's stricken previous during this enigmatic tale of loss, forgiveness and the ability of friendship"--Provided via publisher.

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Brannagh felt a flare of anger. ” Annie glanced away. “But then we’ve always gotten along,” she finished lamely. And why not? Brannagh groused silently. They were birds of a feather. Loyal Loyalists, through and through. Dr. Baird, Annie’s father and Dr. Maloney, her grandfather, were part of the good ol’ boys who supported Tish’s father’s run for mayor, celebrating when Chief Eden, an honest, god-fearing man, unexpectedly defeated the popular “fork-tongued papist” who had previously held office.

She looked shorter than Brannagh remembered. Her long hair was tucked into the neck of her T-shirt. She kept poking the bridge of the rimless glasses that slid down her nose whenever she bent down. Annie wore an Indian print skirt, with navy cotton socks, and brown sandals that made her feet look like they were strapped into the lids of cardboard boxes. She unloaded the groceries with an air of efficiency. Brannagh felt shy suddenly, standing in the shadows, in her rumpled flannel pyjamas. It was just like when they were kids, and she was tormented by an awkward flush of embarrassment that rose out of nowhere, making her acutely aware of the fact that she was different from everyone else, so different from Annie, Tish and Dianne, that the desire for life to embrace her in its arms and carry her off was as real and intense as an unquenchable thirst during a heat wave.

Rudy was horrified by Brannagh’s ignorance. “The most exciting thing to happen to the winged world since Roger Peterson? indd 54 2/25/09 10:04:06 AM Brannagh realized then that she had heard the name, usually peppered through arguments in dark corners in student pubs or debates on campus radio. Nikki, Rudy insisted, simply broke the stereotype people had of birders. ” Rudy did a clumsy skip down the path in demonstration. ” Nikki had heard rumours that in the next decade Ontario Hydro would propose building an electrical generating plant in Atikokan, and so he was stepping up efforts to organize a long sought for survey of birds in the boreal forests.

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