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  • I Only Make Love In Montreal

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    This stunning debut collection of stories draws heavily on the author’s memories of growing up in Trinidad and explores themes of family, faith, race, child abuse, sexuality, and otherness. In one story, a young boy experiences his first signs of ...


  • Louise

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    Louise Throdmore Briggs is a high school teacher plagued by invasive dreams. When her daughter shares her fears that the increasing fits are hereditary, Louise realizes her estranged father, Henry, may hold the key to what is happening to her. His ...


  • Changganli

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    This story received Chinese National Best Network Novel Award for 2019. In the fictional Chinese city of Nandu, the ancient walls have enclosed the neighborhood of Changganli for 600 years. In the 1950s, as the citizens wanted to develop as fast as ...


  • Snapshots of Life

    The Story of Pinnie and Bella by

    “As Bella looked back over her shoulder, she saw the outline of a form staggering into the roadway. It was Vindoo. She had not killed him. But, he was still coming after her.” The novel begins with the brief intersection of two young lives: Pinnie ...


  • Caleb's Portion

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    An engaging combination of fiction, history, and biography, Caleb’s Portion provides a unique life story that reaches back through the author’s ancestral lineage and ties together two family lines. Narrated by the author’s alter ego, Lucius, the ...


  • Unamakik, Land of Fog

    A Viking-Age Woman Ventures into the New World by

    On an expedition to Westland in search of timber, Thora Thorvinnsdottir continues to be caught in the web of her estranged husband’s cruel animosity. Thora’s countrymen abandon her in a narrow escape from an ambush by a band of native Westlanders. ...


  • There Will Be War

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    It is summer, 1884. Most folks in the fledgling community of Blaris in western Manitoba have had two to three years to establish their subsistence farms. All have the long-term view that when there are railroads to carry their grains and livestock ...


  • Spoiled Heritage

    The Manitobans by

    It is 1882 in a French-Canadian village south of Winnipeg, and Justine Bélanger has had her first taste of love at sixteen. After a stolen kiss in the churchyard with her handsome older cousin, Adrien Larence, she dreams of a future with him. But ...


  • What the Living Do

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    Until the age of twelve, Georgia Lee Kay-Stern believed she was Jewish — the story of her Cree birth family had been kept secret. Now she’s living on her own and attending first year university, and with her adoptive parents on sabbatical in Costa ...


  • Mysterious Places

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    In this richly told narrative, an American writer travels to Romania in search of long-lost relatives. His quest sheds light on other lives in other times and places, and forgotten yet chilling aspects of World War II. More than memoir, with photos ...