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The innocents : a novel —Crummey, Michael, 1965- author.

"A novel about an orphaned brother and sister who must fend for themselves on a remote fishing outpost in the late 1800s"-- Provided by publisher.

Sweetland a novel —Crummey, Michael, 1965-
Book On CD
2015
Availability: 3 of 3

The epic tale of an endangered Newfoundland community and the struggles of one man determined to resist its extinction.

Sweetland —Crummey, Michael, 1965-
Large Print
2015
Availability: 4 of 5

The scarcely populated town of Sweetland rests on the shore of a remote Canadian island. Its slow decline finally reaches a head when the mainland government offers each islander a generous resettlement package--the sole...

The innocents a novel —Crummey, Michael, 1965-
Large Print
2020
Availability: 3 of 5

A brother and sister are orphaned in an isolated cove on Newfoundland's northern coastline. Their home is a stretch of rocky shore governed by the feral ocean, by a relentless pendulum of abundance and murderous scarcity...

Galore : a novel —Crummey, Michael, 1965-

A tale of the Devine and Sellers families, two Newfoundland families, who interact with each other throughout two centuries.

River thieves —Crummey, Michael, 1965-
DAISY Sound Recording
2002
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At the turn of the nineteenth century, British naval officer David Buchan arrives in Newfoundland to establish contact with the Beothuk Indians, who are facing extinction. Approaching the area's most influential white se...

The innocents : a novel —Crummey, Michael, 1965- author.

"From bestselling, award-winning author Michael Crummey comes a sweeping, heart-wrenching, deeply immersive novel about a brother and sister alone in a small world. A brother and sister are orphaned in an isolated cove o...

Sweetland a novel —Crummey, Michael, 1965-
DAISY Sound Recording
2015
Availability: 1 of 2

For twelve generations, the inhabitants of this remote island in Newfoundland have lived and died together. Now they are facing resettlement, and each has been offered a generous compensation package to leave. But the mo...

River thieves —Crummey, Michael, 1965-

Early in the 19th century, naval officer David Buchan lands in the Bay of Exploits to establish contact with the Beothuk people, facing extinction at the hand of hostile white settlers. A novel of Newfoundland history.

The wreckage —Crummey, Michael, 1965-

Wish Furey travels the coast of Newfoundland screening Hollywood films and begins an affair with Sadie Parsons. Wish is soon driven from the area and joins the British army while Sadie waits for him until she learns that...

Galore —Crummey, Michael, 1965-
Book On CD
2011
Availability: 1 of 1

A family saga and love story set in the improbable medievalesque world that was rural Newfoundland. Remote and isolated, exposed to extremes of climate and fate, the people of Paradise Deep persist in a realm where the l...

Most of what follows is true : places imagined and real —Crummey, Michael, 1965- author.

"Most of What Follows Is True is an examination of the complex relationship between fact and fiction, between the "real world" and the stories we tell to explain the world to ourselves. Drawing on his own experience appr...

Galore —Crummey, Michael, 1965-
Book On MP3
2009
Availability: 1 of 1

A family saga and love story set in the improbable medievalesque world that was rural Newfoundland. Remote and isolated, exposed to extremes of climate and fate, the people of Paradise Deep persist in a realm where the l...

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