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BOOK - Letters to Muriel, A search for Kin (Port Arthur to Winnipeg to Scotland)
By: By Helen Deachman

Softcover... 16.95 (C$)

The need to know one`s roots, and therefore one`s self, is universal. In Letters To Muriel, Helen Deachman undertakes an exploration of her past in search of an identity that links one generation to another.

They met in Port Arthur, Ontario, in 1935, just before their fourth birthdays, and developed a friendship that would last their entire lives.

Almost sixty years later, following the death of their adoptive mother; Helen Deachmen began to trace the identity of her birth-mother, to learn where the music`` came from.

In this lilting collection of forty letters to her best friend Muriel, she records the ups and downs, the revelations and dead-ends, as her five year journey of discovery leads her from Port Arthur to Winnipeg, and to Scotland and back.

137 pages
5.25 X 8"
Softcover - perfect bound
ISBN 0-9684338-0-4





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