The Singing Pines
About the Book
Profile of the Singing Pines This is a fictional story of the removal of white pine logs in the Parry Sound District during the years after World War I. It tells of life in the rugged, primitive logging camps of this early time and of the hardships the loggers dealt with to remove these mighty trees. There are many trials and difficulties that the people become involved with during the removal of the pine. The story deals with accidental death, seduction, natural and man-made tragedies. It has murder, sickness, and changes made to the district as the towns and villages grew and prospered during the 1920s. It focuses on Fran Killworthy, a young widow who struggles to have her son, Abner, grow into manhood.
About the Author
Don Money is a seventy-seven year old author who lives in Woodville Ontario. Don writes his books under the name of Cash, and is the father of three children, six grandchildren, and many great grandchildren. Don’s writing is assisted by his wife Gail who makes all of Don’s pecking away at the computer into a book. When Don runs into a road block the screams of, ‘Gail please help me,’ echo from the den. This book is dedicated to Gail Money.