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For her latest novel, Amber Dawn brings the supernatural to her sleepy hometown

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AMBER DAWN knows what it’s like to hail from a small town, to feel torn between claustrophobia and nostalgia. The Vancouver-based writer grew up in tiny Crystal Beach, Ontario, home to 8,000 residents, and she plumbs this experience in her new novel, Sodom Road Exit, named for a local highway off-ramp.

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