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Last Seen

by Monique Proulx
narrator R.H. Thomson

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list price: $18.95
also available: Paperback
category: Fiction
published: 2001
imprint: BTC Audiobooks

Last Seen, Matt Cohen's second-to-last novel, was a finalist for the Governor General's Award for Fiction and the Trillium Award. This audiobook edition, narrated by R.H. Thompson, is a darkly comic story of two brothers and a woman who brings them both back to life. Harold, the older brother, is handsome and charming but dying of cancer. Alex is bookish and a scholar in Europe. With Francine, a nurse they both once loved, Alec cares for Harold until he dies. One day, Alec goes into a bar full of Elvis impersonators and there meets Francine — and Harold. Why has Harold come back from the dead? Last Seen demonstrates that it takes more than death to untie the knot between two brothers.

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Editorial Reviews

"Rich and imaginative . . . Last Seen is an exquisitly written and solemnly uplifing novel."

— <i>Calgary Herald</i>

"Unforgettable . . . will leave empathetic readers sweaty-palmed and gasping."

— <i>Now</i>

"Moving and trenchantly funny . . . a kaleidoscopic study of the complications of brotherly love and family."

— <i>Macleans</i>
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About the Authors

Monique Proulx

Monique Proulx is one of Quebec’s most popular authors. A novelist, story writer and screenwriter, she has published six works of fiction, including Sex of the Stars, The Invisible Man at the Window, Aurora Montrealis, The Heart Is an Involuntary Muscle, which was a finalist for the 2002 Governor General’s Award for fiction (French language) and a selection for the 2004 CBC Canada Reads competition, and Wildlives. She also won the 1993 Prix Quï??bec-Paris, le Signet d’Or de Plaisir de lire, le Prix des libraires du Quï??bec and le Prix littï??raire Desjardins. She lives in Montreal, Quebec.
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R.H. Thomson

R.H. Thomson is one of Canada's most respected actors of stage and screen. He has appeared in leading roles at most major Canadian theatre companies, including title roles in Hamlet, Cyrano de Bergerac, and Glenn (a play based on the life of celebrated pianist Glenn Gould). The recipient of numerous awards, including several Gemini and Dora Mavor Moore awards, he is best known for his work in film and television, including the role of Jasper in the long-running television series Road to Avonlea.
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