Sackville na­tive set to launch lat­est novel

Sackville Tribune - - COMMUNITY - BY WAL­LIE SEARS SPE­CIAL TO THE TRI­BUNE- POST

Prom­i­nent Sackville au­thor L.P. Suzanne Atkin­son will re­lease her lat­est book, Diner Rev­e­la­tions, dur­ing a re­cep­tion and book sign­ing at Marsh­lands Inn from 2 to 3:30 p.m. on Sun­day, Oct. 14.

Diner Rev­e­la­tions: Re­gard­ing Hay­worth Book IV is the fi­nal in­stall­ment of the se­ries. Read­ers have fol­lowed the lives of res­i­dents who make their home in a small town lo­cated in north­ern Al­berta some 35 years ago.

The fic­tional town is pop­u­lated by a mix of lo­cals and those “from away” who were try­ing to start afresh.

The plot turns on the fact that Roz Dover fin­ished her shift as a cleaner at the Hay­worth Com­mu­nity Hos­pi­tal at 11 p.m. on an Au­gust evening in 1981 and was never seen again.

Atkin­son was born in Sackville and has lived in both Al­berta and Que­bec be­fore set­tling in Nova Sco­tia in 1991.

She has earned de­grees from Mount Al­li­son, Mcgill and Aca­dia uni­ver­si­ties and has spent her pro­fes­sional ca­reer in the fields of men­tal health and home care as a ther­a­pist and trainer.

Copies of her lat­est book will be avail­able fol­low­ing a read­ing and dis­cus­sion.

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