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The Coral Bride

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The Coral Bride by Roxanne Bouchard front cover

Written by Roxanne Bouchard and translated beautifully by David Warriner, The Coral Bride is the lyrical, haunting follow-up to We Were the Salt of the Sea, set once more in the enticing Gaspe Peninsular of Quebec and featuring DS Joaquin Morales. This time he is called in to investigate the disappearance of lobster trawler woman Angel Roberts, after her vessel is found empty and adrift off the coast. She is the coral bride of the title, and as Morales begins to piece together Angel’s final days, he is drawn in to a narrative he can’t easily escape. Read our full review where.


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