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Broken Man on a Halifax Pier

Lesley Choyce

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A tale of one man’s shipwrecked life and an unlikely crew of rescuers.

Fifty-five-year-old Charles Howard has lost his long-time journalism job and has been swindled out of his life savings. Standing by the edge of Halifax Harbour on a foggy morning, contemplating his dismal future, his ritual of self-pity is interrupted with the appearance of the mysterious and beguiling Ramona Danforth. And so begins a most interesting relationship.

On a whim, Charles asks Ramona to drive him to his childhood home, Stewart Harbour, a fishing village populated by rugged individualists far down Nova Scotia’s remote Eastern Shore. Charles left the Harbour immediately after graduating from high school and never looked back. And now that he's returned, the past starts catching up with him in ways he could never have imagined.

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contemporary, Fishing villages, family, Halifax, Canadian actors, humour, Canadian film industry, fishing boat, dark night of the soul, hurricanes, coastlines, drug overdose, love story, Barrett’s Privateers, Eastern Shore, drug dealers, journalists, Republic of Nothing, Stan Rogers, rural vs. urban, wharf, Nova Scotia