Imogene Tubbs has never met her father, and raised by her grandmother, she only sees her mother sporadically. But as she grows older, she learns that many people in her small, rural town believe her father is Cecil Jesso, the local drug dealer—a man both feared and ridiculed. Weaving through a maze of gossip, community, and the complications of family, Some People’s Children is a revealing and liberating novel about the way others look at us and the power of self-discovery.
A 49th Shelf Editor's Pick-2021
Thomas Raddall Atlantic Fiction Award-2021
The Miramichi Reader's 'The Very Best!' Book Award, Bronze Medal, Fiction Category-2020
BMO Winterset Award-2020
Item Publish Date: 2020 / 04 / 17
Measurements: 8.5 in X 5.5 in X .70 in
Page Count: 256