Book Club Discusison: The Cartographer of No Man’s Land

The Cartographer of No Mans Land by PS Duffy

For this week’s book club selection, we travel to Canada and France in midst of World War I in The Cartographer of No Man’s Land (Liveright) by P.S. Duffy.  Angus leaves Nova Scotia and enlists in the war, even though he’s not a fighter. He’s really an artist and is promised a position as a cartographer.  He hopes that being closer to the war will help him find his missing in action brother-in-law. Instead of drawing maps, Angus is sent to the battlefield. While his family eagerly awaits his return and his brother-in-law’s return, Angus discovers a lot more than he bargained for.

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