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Some Canadians greet winter with a cold shoulder, while others celebrate the snow and ice.
A skilful blend of romance and historical fact woven about Halifax, Nova Scotia, while the
In a Cape Breton family of black sheep, Mary is pure as the driven snow.
When self-described mid-list Newfoundland author James Nightingale makes a brief sojourn to his St. John’s
St. John’s archivist Michael Lowe’s life is turned on its head when a Dutch acquaintance,
It’s 1998 and Antony Williams is about to meet his match. A native of Windsor,
In Stories from the Six Worlds, it is their stories, passed down by word of
Jamie Fitzpatrick’s debut novel tells of a muddled adulthood in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Derek is
In a St. John’s hospital in 1945, Elsa Evans keeps a furtive vigil over the
A Nova Scotia classic, The Nymph and the Lamp is the story of Isabel Jardin,
Eulalie’s life seems laid out ahead of her, as does Corporal Cully Robin’s, but an
Talk about the Valley is the second book of charming essays by Norman Creighton, whose
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It Is Always Summer is the last of the four Kingston novels that David Helwig