Like most other mountain clans, they were isolated from most of the residents of the farming district in the Annapolis Valley and most of the nearby towns.
Lately, parts of the Mountain have become desirable places to live.
But for most of the last two centuries it has been home to the “Clans” – thirty or so tight family groupings, living in their various Mountain enclaves.
It could be anywhere in North America—the Okanagan in B. In this case it happens to be the Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia.
But on one hill, South Mountain, lives the a clan of impoverished, inbred hillbillies, ignored or shunned by the people in the valley below for tw Imagine a lush green valley, dotted with prosperous farms and towns.
Dark secrets weren't the exclusive property of the Golers: the townspeople had their own, including the fact that some of them had known about the abuse for decades and done nothing about it. I have not been able to locate it anywhere except Amazon and they wanted a ridiculous price.
Is this book worth waiting for or is it disturbing and reading the book can not change anything.
It gradually became clear that this had been going on for generations, a cycle endlessly repeated.
This book tells the amazing story not only of the court cases that followed, but the way the valley community reacted.
Front Book Flap:“The Annapolis Valley is one of the most beautiful places on the face of the earth.