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A debut novel: Belinda's Rings by Corrina Chong

Belinda's Rings: Corrina Chong
The complexity of the mother daughter relationship is a central theme of many novels, but throw in a mid-life crisis, crop circles and a little brother named Squid and you have Corinna Chong's debut novel, Belinda's Rings.

Corinna Chong is an English professor at Okanagan College.

The book launch party is Wednesday at The Bohemian Cafe, 7p.m.
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