My recent book is a collection of characters, events and details that sometimes seem too outrageous to be true. But, as Mark Twain once said, truth is stranger than fiction.

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The Day They Shot Reveen

“The Day They Shot Reveen – Stories from a PEI small town” is available at the following locations in Prince Edward Island (we are adding more everyday):

BRUDENELL: What’s the Scoop Ice Cream Shop

CHARLOTTETOWN: The Bookmark, Indigo, In Good Taste, UPEI Bookstore, M R Seafoods Ltd.

CARDIGAN:  Cardigan Garage Ltd.

ELDON: Cooper’s Red and White

GEORGETOWN: The Lobster Pot, Daryl’s General Store, The Maroon Pig, Three Rivers Sportsplex

HAMPSHIRE: Clow’s Red and White

MONTAGUE: Stewart and Beck’s

O’LEARY: O’Leary Potato Museum

SUMMERSIDE: Avonlea Bookstore, Coles Bookstore, Eptek Art and Culture Centre, Island Memory Gift Store

Tignish: Royal Star Fisheries Gift Store

The book is available for purchase online on Create Space as well as on Amazon (print copy and ebook Kindle edition)! Shipping charges may apply.

An audio version of the book will soon be available. Pre-order a copy of the audio book by contacting me directly.

cover of The Day They Shot Reveen

Reviews

This is what people are saying about The Day They Shot Reveen – Stories from a PEI small town:

CBC Radio interview with Matt Rainnie, May 12, 2016.http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/programs/islandmorning/storytelling-is-in-his-dennis-king-s-genes-1.3576833

 

All Dennis King’s stories pulsate with the energy of authentic small town experience. He will take you to the heart of Georgetown, but because he knows the terrain so well, and plumbs it so deeply, with such wit and affection, the local opens up to the universal. Page after page readers will discover they have been transported beyond Georgetown to familiar, perhaps forgotten, places within themselves.

Here’s what you get with Dennis King: he writes with spirit and zest; he writes with piercing insight; and he writes from the heart. And, oh yes, he’s also funny as hell. Need a good laugh? Look no further.

There is an old Russian proverb that the fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one thing well. There is something of both of those in Denny, and the one thing he knows well is Georgetown and its people. I highly recommend you take the town-tour with this talented storytelling guide.

David Weale, Author and Famed Storyteller

“To know France, you must know something about wine. With Canada, It’s hockey. And PEI? You have to know about the Kennedy family – Brad Richards made sure I understood this…. And you must know about Dennis King!”

Ron MacLean, host Hockey Night in Canada

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