Salterton is not the most famous of Canadian cities, but it is one that provides unusual opportunities for enthusiasm being, as it is a city of abundant superficial charm. But its real character, of course, lies beneath the surface.
People who do not know Salterton call it dreamy and Old World. They say it is the place where Anglican clergymen go when they die. The real Saltertonians, however, know that there is nothing quaint about the place at all. With its two cathedrals, its one university, and its native sons and daughters busily scheming to fulfill their dreams, Salterton is very much in the real world.
Original title: The Salterton Trilogy: Tempest-Tost, Leaven of Malice, and A Mixture of Frailties
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction
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