Two Plays

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Playwrights Canada Press, 2008 - Drama - 184 pages
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Goodbye, Piccadilly
Bess Brickley is bustling about her Canadian country inn in a flurry of excitement. She‚e(tm)s just learned that Brick, her husband of more than fifty years, is to be awarded the Order of Canada. But before this has time to sink in, she receives the news that Brick has been found dead on a bench in Leicester Square‚e"an ocean away. This is especially shocking to Bess because she thought he was on a canoe trip in Algonquin Park. As layers are peeled away, secrets stretching back to World War II are uncovered. Full of heart, humour, and surprises, Goodbye, Piccadilly is a story about the families we have, the families we make, and the secrets we keep from both.

Rope‚e(tm)s End
Toby Boone sits alone in a drab room. He‚e(tm)s reached the end of his rope. The possibility of suicide looms in the air. But he happens across a photo‚e"the love of his life. Maybe she can rescue him, change everything, if he can just get up his nerve to contact her. There‚e(tm)s only one problem. He last saw her at summer came when they were thirteen, thirty-one years ago. And in thirty-one years things change. What if she doesn‚e(tm)t remember him? Even worse, what if she does?

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Introduction
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About the Author 184
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About the author (2008)

Raised in Ottawa, Douglas Bowie fell into a writing career when he entered a CBC TV contest on a whim while working for a local ad agency. His teleplay,

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