Del Hawthorne, professor of anthropology, is shocked beyond words when a man she thought long dead stumbles into her classroom, looking like he had escaped from a psych ward and repeating one of her father's … more
LynnHoffman reviewed The River.
September 23, 2006
When Dr. Lawrence Hawthorne and three of his companions disappear during a trip along the Nahanni River in the Canadian wilderness, everyone presumes that he is dead. Then, seven years after his disappearence … more
To the uninitiated, the art of having a dump in the woods probably seems no more complicated than "squat, squint, squeeze and squeegee"! But, alas, as the world shrinks and the use of the world's … more
Often the journey is more important than the destination, and that's the sort of journey author Bill Roorbach traveled in writing this delightful book. In 1992 Roorbach and his wife bought an old house … more
If you've ever paddled a canoe through a wilderness waterway, then Maine writer Robert Kimber's A Canoeist's Sketchbook will be sure to please you with its thoughtful and practical musings. If canoeing … more