Don Hunter grew up in Distington, Cumbria, attended Workington Grammar School and did his national service with 23 Parachute Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, before training as a teacher at Chester. He taught secondary school in England and BC. He gained his B.Ed. at the University of BC before joining the Vancouver Province daily newspaper as a reporter and feature writer and, eventually, senior columnist. He is the author of four other books and a credited screen writer. He and his wife, June, have two daughters and three grandchildren, they live in the village of Fort Langley, BC.
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Meg Tyson - Screen Lass
by Don Hunter
The year is 1862, and Meg Tyson is a screen lass – women tasked with separating the coal mined from the pits out of wastes such as metal and stone.
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