Ranging in time from the late 1960s to the present day, Watershed is the story of Anne Macleod, a young Ottawa public servant who finds her life caught up in the tumultuous events of her time—Trudeaumania, the FLQ crisis, and Quebec separatism. Finding love only to lose it, she is later confronted with a decades-old mystery, with her efforts to unravel it leading to new and surprising revelations. Watershed is a novel both of intriguing characterization and one that is evocative of times and places that still resonate in the Canadian experience.
About the Author: Judith Love is a writer who for many years worked for the Public Service of Canada in Ottawa and Nova Scotia, primarily helping to implement Canada’s official languages policy and employment initiatives for women, Indigenous peoples and people with disabilities. While living in Botswana in the late 1980s, she served as an advisor to the Secretary General of the Red Cross. More recently, Love has tutored international students and new immigrants in Nova Scotia and Ottawa. She currently lives in Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
Rock’s Mills Press, 2018, $24.95
Paperback, 6" X 9", 260 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-77244-111-6; 978-1-77244-110-9 [Amazon]
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