The View from Enmore Road

The bygone days of Prince Edward Island are vividly evoked in this collection of short stories by life-long PEI resident Dori MacLean. Set near Tyne Valley overlooking the Northumberland Strait of Prince Edward Island, The View from Enmore Roadintroduces you to the Enman and Frost families in the early decades of the twentieth century. You will read of their lives full of joy despite hardship, of abundance despite lack, and of fun and laughter despite isolation. Above all you will read of the importance of community and family.


Dori MacLean, Storyteller

Dori MacLean is a native of Prince Edward Island, Canada, one of nine children born to parents from Enmore Road. She holds a teaching certificate from Prince of Wales College and a Bachelor of Arts from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax. She spent her career as an English teacher in her home province. Dori loves reading, and therefore loves writing. She loves imagining characters and bringing them to life. She loves story telling and has often acted as an oral story teller, especially of ghost stories, at the Green Park Museum in Tyne Valley and the Bideford Parsonage Museum. Dori is the author three children’s books: Mystery at the Brook, Dream Ship, and The Adventures of Marvellous Mia and Charlie the Champion. The View from Enmore Road is her first full-length book intended for adult audiences. Dori lives with her husband, surrounded by children and grandchildren, in a farmhouse near Enmore Road, the site of her book.


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