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The Affair at Lime Hill

The Affair at Lime Hill

Called home to Cape Breton by a family crisis, a Toronto policewoman finds herself drawn back into familiar complexities of local relationships, the possibility of romance, and a mystery or two. The story unfolds against the rich canvas of the people, land, and sea that make Cape Breton unique.


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  • Excerpts from reviews

    The Affair at Lime Hill is a love story, family drama, and mystery. With a cast of well-drawn characters and a narrative that carries the reader ever forwards, it is insightful, entertaining, and well-conceived. This is also Akerman's love song to Cape Breton's beautiful Bras d'Or Lakes region, and I was enchanted. -- Robert Bockstael, author of Willow's Run

    Amid the natural beauty and eccentric citizenry of an idyllic Cape Breton community, Jeremy Akerman has woven an absorbing tale of passion and mystery. A true page-turner, perfect for summer reading at the beach or while curled up by the fireplace on a snowy winter's night. -- Jim Prime, author of Beyond the Passage

    Detective Roberta Gillis, a Cape Bretoner, has an intense homecoming of music, mystery, and mating. Enjoy descriptions of the Bras d'Or Lakes, hints of autumn, and local accents. The generosity of unique characters will warm your heart. - - Marie Mossman, author of A Rebel for her Time

  • Book details

    5x8 paperback, 260 pages

    Illustrations by the author

    ISBN 978-1-990187-74-2

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