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  • A Savage Act

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    One evening on a quiet west coast beach, an Indigenous shaman is viciously beaten and his teepee is burned to the ground. Outraged, the community demands answers. As Constable Julie Morneau investigates the crime, she crosses paths with three ...


  • FanGong Seawall

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    THIS STORY RECEIVED YANGTZE RIVER NETWORK LITERATURE COMPETITION AWARD FOR 2020. Set 1,000 years ago (AD 1021-1026) during China’s Song Dynasty, it centres on the life and times of Fan Zhongyan, a real historical figure in ancient China. “Fan” is ...


  • Pseudo

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    In this stunning and keenly anticipated collection of stories, Dorothy Speak explores family, loss, betrayal, conflict and entrapment in narratives shining with humour, mystery and anguish. Speak has published four other highly acclaimed works, ...


  • The Burden of Light

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    In an age when religion and spirituality have moved to the periphery of Western culture, The Burden of Light reveals characters who find themselves confronted by grace and a transcendent, eternal presence that is the backdrop to their lives. ...


  • In a Quiet Little Village

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    It was The Sixties – flower power, woman’s lib, free love – and everyone was having fun. Except Brian Adamson, twenty-six years old and still trapped in a claustrophobic existence dominated by a widowed mother whose life was filled by angels and ...


  • The Tattoo Widow

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    “It’s like you have a secret when you have a tattoo; you get to capture its power, house it privately, and release it only when you want to. When you need to. In the time it takes you to complete a big piece, you mature, you change, you age. You ...


  • A Different Purpose

    A Martin Quint Novel by

    Professor Martin Quint’s marriage to Jenny has been compromised by a sexual indiscretion. Can trust, once shattered, ever be restored? In A Different Purpose, a skilled therapist guides the troubled couple into exploring past traumas amid a sudden ...


  • The Summer of the Train

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    Welcome to Spring Cove, a picturesque village with New England charm, rambling farms, sheds, front porches, gardens, clothes lines, flocks of chickens, and party lines. This story transports the reader to the MacWilliams farm and allows the reader ...


  • The Old Lady Who Wrote Stories For Her Son

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    The Old Lady Who Wrote Stories For Her Son is a book of clever and intriguing flash fiction and short stories about connections—between words, ideas, and people. When a young man named Jake finds two boxes of envelopes in an otherwise empty ...


  • The Reunion

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    The Reunion tells the story of six close friends from India. It begins in Hyderabad and chronicles their destinies from the 1960's as they navigate religious, cultural, political and caste differences in and around their families. After they ...