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New Book Release: “Thursday’s Storm”

Thursday's StormDarrell’s newest book, “Thursday’s Storm: The August Gale of 1927”, was released on August 16, 2013.

“Thursday’s Storm” recounts the tragic story of the fishing schooner Annie Healy, her crew and their families in the wake of one of the worst storms in Newfoundland history.

Available now in both paperback and e-book editions!

Order your paperback copy from Amazon
Order your e-book for Kindle, Nook, Kobo, or iBooks

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3 responses to “Home

  • Verna M.

    Excellent Book. You feel a part of it, as you keep reading.

  • William Brenton

    I am very proud to personally know the tremendously talented and creative person Darrell Duke. One of the most wonderful, indeed nice, individuals you will ever meet. His passion for music, history, and family is second to none, and the proof is in the pudding, namely; his music, and books. I am eagerly awaiting the next . I am looking forward to his next book, CD, and/or artistic project. Thank you for the beautiful memories

  • Debbie Martin Gomolchuk

    Darrell the best book I’ve read in a long time my mom gave me this for Christmas I read it in 2 days and I want more stories of older days and the hard life of Newfoundlanders .Excellant writing and tying the stories together you can’t help but feel for the people of Fox Harbour . As I guess many small communities keep up the good work I just emailed flanker press and said I hope you make this into a movie and I just read you are great looking forward to it . Sincerely Debbie(martin)Gomolchuk. Live in Alberta but Newfoundland is Home

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