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  • The Sow's Ear Café

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    In her late 30s, Lucie Tanguay is a self-reliant, lippy livewire when her high-pressure, upscale Vancouver life suddenly and shockingly unravels. With help from one of her few trusted friends, Lucie gets out of town and starts looking… for what? She ...


  • Reflections Along a Prairie Path

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    These unique prairie short stories, which explore topics from Cars to Christmas and Ghosts to Guitars, feature memorable characters who will remain your friends long after you have read this book. Hector's Grocery Run - Ride with Hec as he ...


  • The Law Professor

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    The Law Professor is the story of a successful but disillusioned commercial lawyer who makes a sudden and drastic shift in his life, leaving behind family and law practice to commence a career in academia. Michael Farnham has a brilliant mind and a ...


  • Whatever It Takes

    The Sequel to Everything I Believed by

    After a whirlwind wedding at the beautiful Gallo estate in Bergamo, Italy, it seems that the drama that haunted Sam and Danny’s early relationship can finally be put behind them. They cannot know, as they fly to Paris – their first destination on a ...


  • The Infield Fly Rule

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    The Infield Fly Rule follows a spirited group of New England teen age baseball players through a baseball season. They roam from town to town in their eccentric coach's converted bus, from ball field to ball field chasing the American sports dream, ...


  • Las Hermanas

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    Machine guns rattle ominously outside, and eleven-year-old Adelita Alvarez must run from everything she knows into the South American jungle. Her family murdered and her people pushed from their land, Adi finds herself targeted by a vicious man who ...


  • The Realtor

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    Liv Grisdale is a top producing realtor in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. When Ian Stewart asks her to list his ten acre farm in Langley, she accepts, although marketing farms is not her forte. Liv’s task becomes increasingly complicated as ...


  • Finding Eve

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    In the spring of 1983, Eve met and fell in love with the man she expected to spend the rest of her life with. Fast forward to 1993 and Eve Nelson is a widow and single mother. Still grieving the loss of her beloved husband following a violent bank ...


  • Arriving

    1909-1919 by

    Arriving, book one of Corinne Jeffery’s Understanding Ursula trilogy, vividly recreates the pioneer world of the Canadian prairies with a multitude of memorable characters. You’ll lose yourself between the pages as you watch them struggle to survive ...


  • Fragments

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    Maloose’s first book “Fragments” is a collection of morbid and somber short stories written in a span of twenty years, mainly during high school and college. He drew the illustrations himself specifically as part of each story.