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The girl in Saskatoon : a meditation on friendship, memory, and murder —Butala, Sharon, 1940- author.

In 1961, a country singer named Johnny Cash chose a beautiful young woman named Alexandra Wiwcharuk to be his "Girl in Saskatoon" and sang to her in front of a hometown crowd. A few months later she would be found bruta...

Zara's dead —Butala, Sharon, 1940- author.

"Fiona Lychenko--now a woman in her late sixties--spent years researching the death of her high school classmate Zara Stanley, who was brutally murdered in the early sixties, at the age of twenty. Determined to solve the...

The Girl in Saskatoon —Butala, Sharon, 1940-
DAISY Sound Recording
2013
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In 1961, a country singer named Johnny Cash chose a beautiful young woman named Alexandra Wiwcharuk to be his "Girl in Saskatoon" and sang to her in front of a hometown crowd. A few months later she would be found brutal...

The Garden of eden —Butala, Sharon, 1940-
DAISY Sound Recording
2008
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Jolted out of her complacency by death, grief over lost love, and guilt over her aging mother, Iris leaves her Saskatchewan farm to find her niece Lannie. She hopes that Lannie, who is now in famine-stricken Ethiopia, wi...

Wild rose —Butala, Sharon, 1940- author.
DAISY Sound Recording
2016
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In this epic story of The West, now long gone, we witness Sophie's journey from underloved child in religion-bound rural Quebec, to headstrong young woman, to exhausted homesteader, to deserted bride and mother, to indep...

Wild rose —Butala, Sharon, 1940- author.
Book Club
2015
Availability: 1 of 1

Acclaimed novelist and literary nonfiction writer Sharon Butala's new novel is vividly filled with sodbusters and cowboys, fallen women and proper ladies, settlers and Indians. By the end of the first chapter, Sophie Hip...

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