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  • Black Crow

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    Explore a story of resilience, self-discovery, and the intricate balance between past and present in Black Crow. Tom Joseph, a young Indigenous airline pilot, skillfully lands a damaged aircraft on a remote frozen mountain lake and wakes up in an...


  • Palmyra

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    I used to think the past was dead and gone, that the passage of time erased memories… An unexpected visitor triggers buried memories of the mysterious deaths that plagued a family on the island of Trinidad at the turn of the 20th century. The...


  • Harold's Field

    Barnstormers on the Frontiers of Flight by

    To fly a biplane you need a rock, a string, and a clock. Will is fifteen when he leaves his father’s house forever, ready to take to the sky. It is the earliest days of barnstorming, and Will starts out with nothing but a dream: he’s determined...


  • Pathfinder

    His priority of getting to WW2 became bringing everyone home by

    In the spring of 1940, on a path barely lit by a thin, crescent moon, a schoolteacher with a hard-held dream sets out on a sixteen-mile trek through Ontario bush. Arriving in time to catch the midnight train, he settles in for the ride to...


  • Toya

    La Veuve Balkar by

    Le long voyage, dans la société Balkar, d’une mère et veuve attentionnée. Toya, une jeune perle balkar de treize ans, est arrachée trop tôt de l’école pour être offerte en mariage à Nathan, un veuf âgé de trente et un ans. Ici le coup de foudre...


  • A Will within a Wheel

    Women Racers of the 1890s by

    Six-day races, record-breaking rides, and renegade leagues are at the heart of this fascinating short fiction collection that explores women’s competitive cycling in the late Victorian era. Each of the stories contained in this meticulously...


  • Jackie Jazz

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    “It’s not what you’re going to do with your life, but what you’re going to do in your life that matters.” From its complex harmony and syncopated beats to its rhythm, heart and soul, for Jackie Cavanagh, jazz has become a part of his very core....


  • The '37

    Rebels and Lovers in Old Canada by

    Why does young, reform-minded lawyer George-Étienne Cartier join an armed uprising only to later reject violence as a means to achieve responsible government for Canada? In 1837, Lower Canada seethes with discontent. After savage rioting in...


  • Camila Boldsky

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    It is 1936, and at fifty-five years old, Camila Boldsky is lost. As she retires ownership of her factory and frets about her estranged son’s emigration to Chile, political tensions in Vienna only grow thicker. But despite being a Jew, Camila...


  • IDAWN

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    From whips of slavery, he ran. From the oppression of life, he sped, but for the fate of mortality, he stood tall, before the demons of the deep and the devil in the flesh. Through this sword and shield love story, a slave boy, Rafael, stumbles...