Angie Abdou has a PhD from the University of Calgary and is a Professor of Creative Writing at Athabasca University. Her first novel, The Bone Cage, was awarded the 2012 MacEwan Book of the Year. She is also the author of The Canterbury Trail, a 2011 Banff Mountain Book finalist; Anything Boys Can Do; and the highly acclaimed Between. An active participant in the sphere of Canadian literature, Angie often sits on panels, hosts other authors at their readings, and helps engage Canadians with their literature. She divides her time between Frank, AB and Fernie, BC.
In Case I Go
Eli and his parents have returned to their family home in a small mountain town named Coalton, hoping to restore calm and stability to their marriage. But under pressure from real-estate developers and a high-end subdivision that has disturbed a historic graveyard, Coalton is no longer the remote idyll they remembered. When Eli meets Mary, a troubled Ktunaxa girl who lives next door, they discover they both have a foot in multiple worlds with past lives rife with seduction and betrayal. A new kind of ghost story, In Case I Go reveals the many ways we’re haunted by the misdeeds of our ancestors.