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  • 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 ...


  • The Curse at the Confluence

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    “It is of small consolation to us that the white-man will ultimately be the arbiter of his own eventual ruin. But since there is nothing we can do to stop him, I have designed, and now propose, a curse. Like a disease, my curse has been engineered ...


  • Sky Walker Tehawennihárhos Charter

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    Sky Walker Tehawennihárhos Charter is the final book of the Mohawk trilogy, which covers a year-in-the-life. 1845-46. The Grand River Navigation Company has many steamboats and rafts on the river but the Navigation is in debt and has bankrupted the ...


  • Platforms

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    All jaws drop when high school track and football star Tyler Spence throws in his helmet and cleats to form Dance Machine a “white boy” funk band with four fellow classmates. Rising in popularity, the band sets off on the road to a remote corner of ...


  • A Tale of Thorns and Honey

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    A Welsh Chieftain’s Daughter, An English Warlord, And A Love That Defies Their World › › › It is the year 1277, and the fiercely brave Enith ab Owen must leave Wales and all she loves to go to King Edward of England as guarantee to the peace of ...


  • The Gratitude of Wasps

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    Following the violence and death on Bloody Saturday, June 21, 1919 that crushed the Winnipeg General Strike, corrupt sedition trials imprisoned strike leaders. So-called aliens were deported as the iron-fist of an unforgiving establishment sought to ...


  • Cycles

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    A young couple meets during a Carnival celebration in their beloved city of Lisbon, beginning a passionate and challenging journey together that will span two countries and two political revolutions. Told through Tiago and Marta’s eyes, Cycles ...


  • Most Beloved Enemy

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    When Ada Baldwin watches her mother die giving birth to yet another baby girl, she is changed forever by the experience. It is 1884 and Ada and her 3 younger sisters must now learn to live without their beloved mama in their midst. The younger ...


  • Or So It Seemed

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    It’s 1946 and Mabel has never been happier. She’s a wife, a new mother, and the owner of the town’s most popular bakery. The black clouds that had followed her in the past have parted and her future has never looked brighter. Or so it seemed. A ...


  • Once in a New Moon

    (Centrewood Cycle, v. 1): NO 1. 1957 by

    In this story, two significant events in Canadian history intersect: the Rollout of the Avro Arrow on October 4, 1957, and the ongoing land claims of the First Nations Mississauga. Lois Michelsen is almost fourteen when she is uprooted from her ...