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A seasoned radio broadcaster discovers that narrating another writer’s words is not as easy as it appears

IN A DARK home recording studio in a suburban basement in the last days of summer, I stand in front of a microphone wearing state-of-the-art headphones and my reading glasses and holding a well-thumbed copy of Mary, Mary by Lesley Crewe (Nimbus Publishing). I’ve read the novel carefully in anticipation of this moment. It’s a rollicking rom-com/family drama with a colourful cast of characters set in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Classic Lesley Crewe.

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