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  • Us and Them

    Canada, Canadians and The Beatles by

    Us and Them chronicles the depth to which Canada and Canadians were part of The Beatles’ story—their formation, growth and break up. Entertaining and well researched, Us and Them places John, Paul, George and Ringo as a band and as solo artists in ...


  • A Path of Spears

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    JOHN CAIRNS was one of the few Canadians to serve in the British Administrative Service of the United Nations Trust Territory of Tanganyika, then under British mandate. This novel of East Africa at a time of transition reflects his experience as a ...


  • We Will Not Die Here

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    In this redemption tale, an unlikely friendship offers a glimpse into the resilience of the human spirit. During the Battle of the Bulge in the frozen winter of 1944, Henry Gerald Briggs, a deserting American soldier, stumbles across the German ...


  • Through Woods on Water

    Étienne Brûlé in New France by

    “Through Woods on Water” is a novel, an historic fiction: the life of Étienne Brûlé “as it might have been.” Set in the first decades of the 17th century, it is a coming of age story, a clash of cultures, a saga of exploration and adventure that ...


  • The Weaving of My Tartan Heart

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    The Weaving of My Tartan Heart offers a peek through the window of the author’s thoughts. Vivid images of a time long past make the reader feel as though they are present in each scene. Stories of when life was simpler, and respect for elders and ...


  • Canadian Colonialism

    Past and Present by

    For anyone interested in Canadian history and past and present racism in Canada, this is a thoroughly researched exploration of Canada’s history of internal colonialism, starting in the mid-1800s. The author gives thirty examples of Canadian ...


  • Just Me

    Growing Up in the 30s and 40s by

    Just Me is a collection of memories narrated by a young boy, growing up during the depression years of the 1930s and the war years of the 1940s. McCavour successfully captures the spirit of the times during those tumultuous two decades. The novel ...


  • Of Pitfalls and Pratfalls

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    “The way it was and I saw it; the way it is as I see it.” Like many, Dorothy Hart’s life is full of ups and downs, pitfalls and pratfalls. But all those hardships and mishaps only turned her into a strong and opinionated woman. In Of Pitfalls and ...


  • Wires Crossed

    Memoir of a Citizen and Reporter in the Irving Press by

    This book is a love letter to the free press. It is Julian H. Walker’s personal memoir as a citizen and reporter which calls for a healthier New Brunswick free press—one that is more diverse, competitive, independent, and feisty. Through its ...


  • Relics of a Saint

    A Barbados Mystery by

    Recently divorced, Dan is still fit and handsome and some might even describe him as having a roguish smile. But after a worrisome medical checkup, and learning that the beloved heritage house he once owned has met the wrecking ball, it feels like ...