Darlene Barry-Quaife

Darlene Barry-Quaife

An Albertan, Darlene Barry-Quaife claims the same divine right as k.d. lang: to be the incarnation of a talented but dead woman. Painter and writer Emily Carr's desire to see the heart of nature and the nature of man lives on in Barry-Quaife, whose previous works have taken us from Vancouver Island to the Amazon to the grave. Quaife’s latest novel is a thriller called Polar Circus, and was published under the name D.A. Barry. Polar Circus was short-listed for the Writers Guild of Alberta, Georges Bugnet Novel Award. Darlene Barry-Quaife also won the 1989 Commonwealth Writers Prize.

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Days and Nights on the Amazon

"Days and Nights on the Amazon is a novel as dark, rich and mysterious as the river of the title. This is the erotic inner voice of woman, at times teasing and playful or taunting and tempting, but always aware of its power. It is a novel of love and obsession; an exploration of life rooted in nature."
- The Calgary Herald

ISBN 9780888011831
Base price with tax $14.95
Sales price $14.95
Sales price without tax $14.95
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