The Ghost Trap

The Ghost Trap

A Novel

Book - 2009
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"Stephens gives the reader an unvarnished view of the subculture of lobster fishermen in small-town coastal Maine."-James Acheson, author of 'The Lobster Gangs of Maine' "Stephens has a wonderful clear eye for people, especially Maine people, and 'The Ghost Trap' is populated with dozens from all walks of Maine life."-Bill Roorbach, author of 'Temple Stream' "A salty, tangy read. . . . Stephens plunges you into the back-breaking, heart-breaking life of one lobsterman."-Richard Grant, author of 'Another Green World' "Stephens nails harbor life down to the unwritten rules and defense of imaginary territory lines. . . . Peppered with dark humor and brutal honesty, 'The Ghost Trap' gives it to you straight, the way life should be."-Ryan Post, fourth-generation lobsterman, creator of Mainebuggin.com"Characters and setting that reflect a real, raw piece of Maine. . . . With Anja and Jamie, Stephens introduces us to characters whose stories and situations are heartbreaking.This book reminds us that as complicated as lobster fishing might be, human relationships are always more fraught with difficulty."- 'Portland Phoenix' The haunting story of a young lobsterman, Jamie Eugley, who is struggling with the grinding responsibilities of a head-injured fianc#65533;e and mounting trap wars. Written with sensitivity and rich description, this is a piercingly accurate depiction of life in a small Maine lobstering community. K. Stephens is a Maine arts and entertainment writer who has written about schooners, food and wine, teenagers and the creative economy. Most lobstermen she knows are only too happy to share a crazy story after a beer or three. 'The Ghost Trap' is her debut novel.
Publisher: Teaticket, Mass. : Leapfrog Press ; St. Paul, Minn. : Distributed in the United States by Consortium Book Sales and Distribution, 2009.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780981514871
0981514871
Branch Call Number: FICTION Stephens K. 09/2009
Characteristics: 327 p. ;,23 cm.

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