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Place Called Morning

Written by
Anne Kathleen McLaughlin

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254 pages, Paperback
ISBN: 9780888872555
$19.95 CA

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About the Book A Place Called Morning explores the themes of love and longing through the lives of two women, separated by more than a century in time, both living in Ottawa, and both members of the community of the Sisters of the Holy Child. Each encounters love and experiences the cost of loving. Although Kate and Symphorosa choose different paths in their search for fulfillment, both are drawn to northern Ontario and to the small community of Silver Maple Springs, where an ancient Indian elder brings their stories together.

About the Author Anne Kathleen McLaughlin
Anne Kathleen McLaughlin (1942- ), author of "A Place Called Morning" (2001, Borealis), has been telling stories since she was a child. A member of the community of the Grey Sisters of Pembroke, Ontario, since her late teens, she taught school for several years in the province, then worked in communications in the print and electronic media in and around Thunder Bay, Ontario. Recently, McLaughlin served as writer and producer for three series of Interfaith programs on Vision TV.

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