by Terry Cassidy
April 1903: Two young people meet in the coal mining town of Frank. Burt Delaney and Laura Freeman meet days before the terrifying night when ninety million tons of rock descend on the town.
Growing personal commitment, past bitterness and personal heroism combine in a fight for survival.
After service in the Canadian Army, Terry Cassidy taught secondary school in Ontario for thirty years before retiring and moving to western Canada. He combines historical fact with a human element that vibrates through his story-telling. He has also written several other novels, with more awaiting their turn to shine.