What is the summary for Mink River by Brian Doyle?
As Doyle's first fictional novel, we are introduced here to his very poetic (and often Gaelic) style as we learn about a little town on the coast of Oregon called Neawanaka containing the memorable Mink River. The original edition contains a crow on the cover because that is how the reader is introduced to the characters: as the crow flies. We fly from house to house and area to area learning about the interesting personalities that make Neawanaka the small town that it is.
No sugar, please, just black--Oregon Coffee.
This is probably the best quotation to describe the intimacy we see...
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