Series: This MarlowePaperbackMichelle Butler Hallett9781773100487$22.95FICTION Dec 05, 2017
Longlisted, 2018 International DUBLIN Literary AwardLong-shortlisted, 2017 ReLit Awards"Complex, lyrical, and with a profound sense of a world long passed and humanity’s eternal motivations." — Quill & Quire"In Butler Hallett’s hands, Kit comes off as a fascinating and contradictory figure, part martyred freethinker and part unscrupulous opportunist." — Winnipeg Review"Perfectly paced and gracefully wrought." — Toronto Star1593. Queen Elizabeth still reigns but grows old. Two rival spymasters — Sir Robert Cecil and the Earl of Essex — plot fro... + Read More
Series: Benny Cooperman MysteriesOver the RiverA Benny Cooperman MysteryPaperbackHoward Engel9781770864580$20.00FICTION Oct 12, 2018
Struggling with the aftermath of a serious concussion as well as what he describes as a "leaky memory," Benny Cooperman is back after eight years. He's hired on a shoestring budget to find background information on a murder victim, Leonard Holbrook, a petty crook and blackmailer, who certainly got what was coming to him - but which of the many possible suspects acted on their very good reasons? Over the river happens to be across the border, where the police of Grantham have no jurisdiction, but where Benny can interview a cast of characters w... + Read More
From the award-winning author of Country of Cold and Consumption, the definitive novel of the Afghanistan war.News From the Red Desert begins on the Kandahar Airfield in late 2001, when everyone believes the war is won and the Taliban defeated. Then it leaps late in the severely escalated conflict, peering into the experiences of the men and women who have come to Afghanistan to seek purpose, adventure and danger, by engaging in the treacherous pursuit of making war.It follows Deirdre O’Malley, an American war correspondent standing in the thi... + Read More
Paulette and Danni grew up miles apart — Paulette in Hamilton and Danni in North Toronto — but they might as well have been worlds apart. Paulette's family emigrated from Jamaica. Danni grew up Jewish in an affluent neighbourhood of Toronto. Now both women find themselves on the streets of Toronto, working in the sex trade. Paulette is a seasoned prostitute, working to support herself and her addiction. She acts as an unlikely and reluctant mentor and friend to Danni, who is new to the street and whose addiction has set her on a similar path t... + Read More
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