Write Reads #40 The Horseman’s Graves by Jacqueline Baker


Our 40th podcast and our May Mystery pick gone and got done (finally)! Tania opens a dialogue about how this book qualifies for our mystery month and Kirt offends fundamentalist Christians and Germans. It’s really a great podcast and a great book too.

This podcast was recorded on June 21st which is National Aboriginal Day in Canada. In recognition of this fact our next pick (and Kirt’s birthday pick) will be The Back of the Turtle by Thomas King. Tania and Kirt are both huge Thomas King fans so this should be a good show.

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4 Responses to Write Reads #40 The Horseman’s Graves by Jacqueline Baker

  1. Naomi says:

    I want to read Duke! I’ve been very curious about it since it won the Winterset Award over Ledger of the Open Hand by Leslie Vryenhoek (which I loved). Once you’ve read it, let me know if I should too!
    Happy Birthday!

  2. writereads says:

    Thanks, Naomi! I will let you know about Duke.

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