Jack Fitzgerald's Treasury of Newfoundland Stories, Volume II: Amazing and Strange

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Jack Fitzgerald's Treasury of Newfoundland Stories, Volume II: Amazing and Strange

Jack Fitzgerald's Treasury of Newfoundland Stories, Volume II: Amazing and Strange
Author:
JACK FITZGERALD
Imprint:
Creative Publishers
Format:
5.5 x 8.5
ISBN 13:
978-1-77103-095-3
# of pages:
330 pages
Published:
October 2016
Our Price
$ 19.95

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  2. About the Author
  • Overview

    Jack Fitzgerald’s Treasury of Newfoundland Stories, Volume II: Amazing and Strange is a substantial collection of tales from times long forgotten. They include yarns of Newfoundland’s people and places, happenings and things, ranging from the extraordinary and remarkable to the bizarre, uncanny and fantastic. Especially appealing is the Christmas section which includes spine tingling tales of spooks and spectres. These stories have been gathered from archival materials, old newspapers and magazines, and from the oral traditions in communities throughout the province. Some have come from Fitzgerald’s out of print books and have been updated whenever possible.

  • About the Author

    Jack Fitzgerald was born in St. John's, Newfoundland and educated at Holy Cross School, Bishop Eustace High School (New Jersey), the College of Trades and Technology and Memorial University. During his career he has been a journalist, a feature writer and political columnist with the St. John’s Daily News; a reporter and public affairs writer with CJON and VOCM news services; and editor of The Newfoundland Herald and The Newfoundland Chronicle. During the Smallwood administration, he was Assistant Director of Public Relations with the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.

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