Nine Bells for a Man - Dundurn

Nine Bells for a Man

Published September 2000


Young Robert Pachal crosses Canada by train with his brotherinlaw’s coffin, bearing witness to a way of life that will never be seen again. When he arrives in Barry’s Bay, he unwittingly sets in motion one of the final and most tragic events in pioneer Canada.



Peter Unwin

Peter Unwin grew up in southern Ontario and has travelled extensively in the north. His first collection of short stories, The Rock Farmers, was nominated for a Stephen Leacock Award, and his essays have been singled out for both regional and national attention. His story The World In the Evening was shortlisted for the 2012 Canadian National Magazine Award For Fiction. He lives in Toronto.

Book Details

September 2000
6x9 in
268 pp
September 2000
268 pp