Bitter rivals. Festering animosities. Gossip, innuendo and scandal. A group of settlers arrive on Manitoulin Island in the 1870s with dreams of building a better future. What they find instead is murder.
Part memoir, part journey of scientific discovery, this groundbreaking book delves into the controversies and conundrums that surround Lyme disease in Canada.
The women in these short stories are all trying to find their footings, preserve their sanity, and generally survive in circumstances they never thought they would encounter. They don’t always do it gracefully.