Title:Luther Corhern's Salmon Camp Chronicles. First Edition
Publisher:  Goose Lane, 1999, 1999
ISBN Number: 086492268X / 9780864922687
Seller ID: 31291
CURTIS, Herb. Luther Corhern's Salmon Camp Chronicles. (Fredericton, New Brunswick) : Goose Lane, (1999). First Edition. Pp -184,(8). 8vo, art- and photo-illustrated card covers, mostly red spine, with white lettering.
Herb Curtis (b. December 23, 1949 in Keenan Siding, Northumberland County, New Brunswick).
"Luther Corhern's boss at the Salmon Camp, an angler's paradise on the Miramichi River, decides that his sports would enjoy a log: a fishing record embellsihed with yarns. Lute's the natural choice to man the old Remington. Lute is a dreamer. Especially off season, his mind ranges in all directions: a computer that sends letters from the future, the curative power of salt herring tied to the feet, golf and Christmas. But every topic leads back to the salmon and the mystical river that's home to man and fish alike." - from the rear.
The chapters [un-numbered in the text] are: 1. Call Me Luther; 2. We Call Him Cavender Bill; 3. The Convenient Store; 4. The Secret; 5. The Name Game; 6. The Whitewall Rapids; 7. Moving Right Along; 8. Winning the Lottery; 9. A One-Horse Hope and Sleigh, Eh?; 10. On Sabbatical; 11. My Inheritance; 12. Call of the Quill; 13. Flood Talk; 14. The Virtual Time Machine; 15. A Rainy Day Friend; 16. Holidays; 17. The Tiger's Extinct at Riverbend; 18. Wade Rivers; 19. A Green Machine Day; 20. Walking; 21. Summer Complaints; 22. A Night on the Cains; 23. All That Glitters; 24. Between Tears and Laughter; 25. The Kitchen Table; 26. The Cure-All; 27. The Craziest Dreams; 28. Thirsts of the Soul; 29. Trailer Fever.