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The Interviews: Angie Abdou | Lynette Loeppky

 

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Daybreak Alberta host Chris dela Torre speaks with Fernie-based author, Angie Abdou. Her latest novel, Between, is about a struggling middle-class couple and the Filipina nanny that enters their fractured family dynamics. Abdou is also the author of The Bone Cage, a CBC Canada Reads finalist.

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LYNETTE LOEPPKY

Chris also spoke with Calgary-based writer Lynette Loeppky about the release of her first book, Cease: A Memoir of Love, Loss and Desire. It tells the true story of how Loeppky became the sole caregiver to her cancer-stricken partner Cecile, just as Loeppky was preparing to end their relationship. It's published by Oolichan Books.

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