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  • The House of Mirthby Edith Wharton

    HarperCollins Canada 2013; Not Available

    Striking, sophisticated and witty, Lily Bart lives a life of expensive taste and civilised society in turn of the century New York. But nearing thirty and still unmarried, Lily?s place in society becomes uncertain without a husband to maintain her lifestyle and social standing. After rejecting several offers of marriage, Lily?s life spirals out of... more...

  • Second Varietyby Philip K. Dick

    HarperCollins Canada 2013; Not Available

    In the aftermath of a devastating nuclear war between the United Nations and the Soviet Union, sophisticated robots—nicknamed ?claws?—are created to destroy what remains of human life. Left to their own devices, however, the claws develop robots of their own. II-V, the second variety, remains unknown to the few humans left on Earth. Or does it? Philip... more...

  • Ride the Big Machines Across Canadaby Carmen Mok

    HarperCollins Canada 2015; Not Available

    A playful cross-country adventure in which a young boy on a family car trip imagines himself behind the wheel of the big machines he sees through the window as they travel through the provinces and territories. This is both a tribute to Canada from sea to sea and an imagination-sparking celebration of big machines. more...

  • When God Stood Upby James Cantelon

    HarperCollins Canada 2015; Not Available

    The victims of the aids pandemic in Africa are far more numerous than the dead and dying. Millions of orphans and widows are trying to survive in extreme poverty and social oppression. James Cantelon, a Canadian pastor, has challenged churches in Africa—and in Canada and the United States—to unite in a common cause to bring relief to suffering of... more...

  • The Snow Queenby Hans Christian Andersen

    HarperCollins Canada 2015; Not Available

    With a single kiss, a young maid saves her beloved from the Snow Queen?s icy imprisonment. When splinters from an evil troll?s magic mirror get into the heart and eye of Kai, he is tricked into accompanying the Snow Queen to her palace, and only the innocence and kindness of Gerda?s heart can save him. The inspiration for Frozen , Hans Christian?s... more...

  • Armadaleby Wilkie Collins

    HarperCollins Canada 2015; Not Available

    A long-ago murder unites two distantly-related cousins, one of whom appears doomed to repeat the same tragic mistake of his father, a murderer. After running away from his abusive home, Allan Armadale chases fate and reinvents himself as Ozias Midwinter. He quickly befriends his cousin, also named Allan Armadale, who inherits an estate but becomes... more...

  • The Nigger of the Narcissusby Joseph Conrad

    HarperCollins Canada 2015; Not Available

    The crew of the merchant ship Narcissus rally around a critically ill fellow crewmember, James Wait, putting their lives and the fate of the ship in jeopardy. Based in part on author Joseph Conrad?s experience during a voyage from Bombay to London, The Nigger of the Narcissus is considered to be one of Conrad?s best works. HarperPerennial Classics... more...

  • The Man from Glengarryby Ralph Connor

    HarperCollins Canada 2015; Not Available

    Ranald Macdonald is man a living in rural eastern Ontario soon after the Canadian confederation. Faced with the challenges of rural life in Canada and following the example of the minister?s wife who serves as his role model, Ranald?s choices shape both the man he will become and the country that he loves. The Man from Glengarry was one of author... more...

  • The Man Who Murdered Godby John Lawrence Reynolds

    HarperCollins Canada 2015; Not Available

    A beloved local priest brutally murdered in his own church. A cloistered monk in a peaceful seminary shot at point-blank range. A Jesuit teacher slain at night in his classroom. Facing a brutal serial killer with his sights set firmly on the Catholic diocese, Boston homicide detective Lieutenant Joe McGuire—one half of the best homicide team in... more...

  • And Leave Her Lay Dyingby John Lawrence Reynolds

    HarperCollins Canada 2015; Not Available

    Relegated to reviewing unsolved murders as the result of a courtroom outburst, Boston homicide detective Lieutenant Joe McGuire becomes obsessed with solving the murder of a young woman found in the Boston Fens. Working with his now-quadriplegic ex-partner Ollie Schantz, McGuire follows a lead to ever-dangerous Texas-Mexican border and eventually... more...