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Mary Lawson

Dear Reader,

I love writing about siblings - the relationship between them is always so complex - and one of the two storylines in THE OTHER SIDE OF THE BRIDGE concerns two brothers, Arthur and Jake, growing up on a farm in northern Canada in the 1930s. The first time we meet them they are playing a game Jake calls 'knives,' which is every bit as sinister as it sounds.

The second storyline is set in the 1960s and focuses on Ian, the naive and idealistic son of the local doctor. When we first meet Ian he is fifteen and has fallen in love with Arthur's wife, who is roughly twice his age. He thinks she is the most perfect woman who ever walked. But none of us is perfect.

So - you have sibling rivalry and the dangerous idealism of youth, and when the two collide, the results are explosive.

I hope you enjoy the read!
Mary Lawson
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE BRIDGE


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