Broken Voices

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Broken Voices

Broken Voices
Killick Press
5.5" x 8.5" paper
ISBN 13:
# of pages:
275 pages
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$ 4.00

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  1. Overview
  2. About the Author
  3. Book Review
  • Overview

    When Rod Corcoran enters Lill Dunn’s life, she is both fascinated and frightened by their mutual attraction.  Is it because he’s eight years younger?  Or because he’s Janie Corcoran’s son?

     Lill and Janie have been connected since childhood, in more ways than Lill could ever imagine.  Only Janie knows the secret that ties them together, a secret that affects everyone around her -- her mother and sister, her son, even Lill.  It is a secret that has ruled Janie’s life, and Rod’s, for more than three decades.

  • About the Author

    Wilhelmina Fitzpatrick

    Wilhelmina Fitzpatrick grew up in Freshwater, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, the sixth of seven sisters.  She is the author of the bestselling cookbook, The Everyday Gourmet, and lives in Calgary with her husband and two sons.

    You can visit Wilhelmina's website at

  • Book Review

    Broken Voices is a disturbingly honest book that will leave readers with an overwhelming ache in the pits of their stomachs.

    -Harold N. Walter, Book ReMarks

    ...Broken Voices is a very, very readable book, and a well-crafted debut.
    -Joan Sullivan, The Telegram

    Suffice it to say that Broken Voices manages to grab your attention and hold on to it until the very last page. This is a book that reveals some of the darker side of life as it was often lived in small, isolated communities, where everyone knew everyone else's business, and even if they didn't, repeated the gossip they had heard no matter how incorrect it was. Broken Voices is a good read and should ensure that Wilhelmina Fitzpatrick's first novel will be as successful, sales wise, as her cookbook!
    -John C. Perlin

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