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  • Gift of the Loon

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    Gift of the Loon is the story of a woman ahead of her time. Set in the early twentieth century, Margaret Harrison wants to be an artist—a difficult proposition for a woman at a time when a woman’s place was in the home. Eschewing the burdens of ...


  • In Truth

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    In the grinding poverty of the post-war prairies, little Amélie Marchand always seems to be in the way. The youngest daughter of dirt-poor French-Canadian farmers, she must negotiate linguistic tensions, familial secrets, and the coldness of her ...


  • Anything for Mirabelle

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    Lord Lionel Nickelson was a happy man. He was blessed with four beautiful sisters, his friends, and his betrothed, the woman he loved, the beautiful Mirabelle Andrews. But then, just when his dreams were about to come true, an unforgivable night ...


  • Rhubarb, Strawberries, and Willows

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    Hurtling up Highway 69 toward Sudbury in her VW bug, Kate Dumont Walker decides she’s going to keep her baby. After all, it’s the 1980s. That is, until she is unexpectedly plunged 100 years into the past, without her Amelia, to the early days of her ...


  • Moonlight - The Journey Begins

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    When Chandni Rai turned thirteen, two things happened to change the course of her entire life. Her father died suddenly. And, she discovered a clue to the mystery of her missing grandmother who had been a child-bride - a piece of paper stuck behind ...


  • Kanishka

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    At RLS Productions in New York City, Indian-Americans Simrin and Priya, join their boss, Bob, whose ancestry is European, in hearing a pitch for a movie, from PG, a writer who mysteriously went AWOL after impressing them with part of his story a few ...


  • Bales & Spires

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    In 19th century England, Jane Kershaw, at ten years old, works every morning in a Lancashire cotton mill, and then goes to school in the afternoons. She is the youngest of eight sisters who all work in the cotton industry. Each sister has a tale of ...


  • Picnic On Raspberry Island

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    This novel brings to life the love story between a priest and a teacher that is set in a small French Canadian village on the prairie of western Canada during the Second World War. The love between them becomes the catalyst for a spiritual odyssey, ...


  • I Always Win

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    In this humourous story Rodney Goodale, a young would-be writer in London during the Great Depression, struggles to make a living until he finds a job as valet to the Hon. Frederick Oglethorpe, an eccentric gentleman with his own unusual priorities, ...


  • Sky Watcher

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    Charlotte Harper’s best friend Jessica is shocked to receive a letter detailing Charlotte’s journey back in time to save her possible ancestor Elizabeth. The letter, written in 1819, speaks of the consequences of Charlotte’s actions and asks for ...