Winner, Ottawa-Carleton Book Award Shortlisted, Trillium Award Man of Bone has a thriller's taste for blood, but Alan Cumyn delivers something more: a heart-wrenching portrait of an ordinary Canadian jerked into third-world terrorism. Bill Burridge, his wife and their little son have moved to the "island paradise" of Santa Irene on Bill's first diplomatic posting. At the short-staffed embassy, he is thrown, almost unbriefed, into work he scarcely understands. After less than two weeks, while driving alone on a "safe" ...

Man of Bone 2002, Emblem Editions, Toronto, Canada

ISBN-13: 9780771024849

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Man of Bone 2000, Gle Library

ISBN-13: 9780864922908

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Man of Bone 1998, Goose Lane Editions

ISBN-13: 9780864922298

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