Title

"Down East Bookshelf" piece reviewing the historical mystery novel "A Brother's

Authors

Sarah Goodyear

Source

Down East

Date

3-1-1997

Pages

19-20, 22

Abstract

"Down East Bookshelf" piece reviewing the historical mystery novel "A Brother's Blood," written by Michael C. White, and published by HarperCollins. In the summer of 1944, German prisoners of World War II were brought to Maine and housed in POW camps in rural northern Maine, where they logged pulp trees essential to the war effort. White's book is set in the fictional former prison-camp town of Sheshuncook, on Moosehead Lake, and focuses on a suspected link between two killings fifty years apart.

Subjects

Book reviews, White, Michael C

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