“a unique creative vision” Isabel Huggan, author of The Elizabeth Stories
Spanning the twentieth century to the beginning of the twenty-first, this masterful collection of linked stories follows the life of Amy, through tales stretching back to her youth in 1950s Ottawa, her experiences as a young wife and mother in a small Ontario town, and her later years back in the city. Through a collage of unique voices and points of view -including a dog that introduces us to the neighborhood where Amy lived as a child – The View from the Lane examines the authenticity of memory and the brimming life in the everyday.
“Tunney’s prose is the kind that makes her reader sit up and take notice” –Kerry Clare, Pickle Me This
“Each story stands on its own, but woven together in one book, the stories become richer, revealing a woman’s life through memories and the people who influenced her. The View From The Lane is a satisfying read.”-The Winnipeg Review