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After writing an important novel, fishing guide Sal d'Amico builds a cabin in the backwoods of western Maine, where his outdoors and social adventures begin surrounded by the lakes of forest of this great wilderness. A bright, attractive woman, Christine Bailey, rolls into town with a black eye and a longing to refresh her life among the trout streams and pristine forests. That's when the fun begins.
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Bob Romano lives in the northwest corner of New Jersey with his wife Trish, and their Labrador retrievers, Winslow Homer and Finnegan. For 30 years, they have maintained a camp in the Rangeley Lakes region of western Maine where Romano has set his Rangeley Lakes series of novels: North of Easie, West of Rangeley, Brook Trout Blues, and the recently published, The River King. He is also the author of a book of essays, Shadows in the Stream.Review:
A fine tribute to one of the last wilderness enclaves of New England, and to the tough, resourceful, kind-hearted, independent-minded people who eke out a living here... --Howard Frank Moser, author, Waiting for Teddy Williams
A must read for anyone who likes to have a story that you cannot project its outcome until it happens. Fishing and lots of intrigue... --Dick Pinney, New Hampshire Sunday News
North of Easie will give you that 'I know that place' feeling. The story and plot will keep you as wound up as well-tied hackle... --Tom Roth, The Maine Sportsman
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Book Description Birch Brook Press, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110978997468