A corrupt mining company, repossessed gravestones, a man’s fractured past, mysterious notes posted to lampposts and murder deep in the highlands of Guatemala. In Tailings of Warren Peace, Stephen Law effortlessly weaves these elements into a powerful story of love and memory, exploring how the past haunts us and how solidarity can save us all. Mysterious, passionate and powerful, Tailings of Warren Peace shows us the interconnections that exist between us, transcending social class, culture and geography.
" Stephen Law has taken a genre where few have recently shone and crafted a story that will have you shirking whatever you said you’d be doing. You’ll miss appointments for this book. The house will go dirty(er). The dogs will howl for dinner. It’s that good." — Miles Howe, Halifax Media Co-op