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Katherine Govier returns her gaze homeward


The Three Sisters Bar and Hotel

Katherine Govier

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Having spent the past decade writing about Japan, Katherine Govier turns her gaze homeward in her latest novel – not to Toronto, where the author has lived for many years, but to her birthplace of Alberta, where, as she notes in her prefatory message to readers, the “Rocky Mountains shone on the Western Horizon, untamed and promising.” Growing up, Govier “skied and hiked on the slopes, fished in the lakes, and took ballet classes in Banff in what is now the Banff Centre.”

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