Dynamite Stories


When Alfred Nobel combined mercury fulminate and nitroglycerine to create dynamite he never imagined the carefree and ingenious ways it would be used in the Refuge Cove homesteads, Actress Passage logging outfits and Ripple Rock shipping lanes on the coast of British Columbia. But, where there’s dynamite, there are Dynamite Stories about its users and their varied use and abuse of volatile substances which Williams has gathered from unreliable sources.

Dynamite Stories, New Star Books, Transmontanus series, Vancouver, 2003, 91 pages.