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- Grand Central Publishing 2008; US$ 9.99
"I loved David Gilmour's sleek, potent little memoir, The Film Club. It's so, so wise in the ways of fathers and sons, of movies and movie-goers, of love and loss." --- Richard Russo, Pulitzer Prize winning author of Empire Falls "If all sons had dads like David Gilmour, then Oedipus would be a forgotten legend and Father's Day would... more...
- Counterpoint 2009; US$ 14.95
Everyone would agree that Darius Halloway was the most civilized of men, a professor of French literature; a connoisseur of ideas, beautiful women, and fine wine; a perfect guest at life?s dinner party. Darius himself would have especially agreed until Emma, waifish and insatiable Emma, leaves her empty clothes hangers rattling in his closet and walks... more...
- Random House of Canada 2011; US$ 12.99
An exhilarating novel of erotic and psychotic extremes from one of Canada?s best fiction writers. Everyone would agree that Darius Halloway was the most civilized of men, a professor of French literature, a connoisseur of ideas and women and wine, a perfect guest at life?s dinner party. Darius himself would have agreed, until Emma, waifish and insatiable,walks... more...
- Random House of Canada 2011; US$ 10.99
Lost Between Houses is about a turbulent year in the life of Simon Albright, a fifteen-year-old private school boy struggling to be his sophisticated mother's best friend, the rebel his girlfriend adores and the son his father respects. Which is a hard act to pull off when your mother is distracted, your girlfriend too beautiful and your father in... more...
- Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2011; US$ 9.99
One of The Economist ?s 2011 Books of the Year Did Garibaldi do Italy a disservice when he helped its disparate parts achieve unity? Was the goal of political unification a mistake? These questions are asked and answered in a number of ways in this engaging, original consideration of the many histories that contribute to the brilliance?and... more...
- Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2006; US$ 7.99
?A Superb New Biography . . . A Tragic Story, Brilliantly Told.? ?Andrew Roberts, Literary Review George Nathaniel Curzon?s controversial life in public service stretched from the high noon of his country?s empire to the traumatized years following World War I. As viceroy of India under Queen Victoria and foreign secretary under King George V,... more...
- Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2003; US$ 7.99
A major new biography of Rudyard Kipling Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) was a unique figure in British history, a great writer as well as an imperial icon whose life trajectory matched that of the British Empire from its zenith to its final decades. Kipling was in his early twenties when his first stories about Anglo-Indian life vaulted him into celebrity.... more...
- Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2007; US$ 9.99
A sparkling, provocative history of the English in South Asia during Queen Victoria's reign Between 1837 and 1901, less than 100,000 Britons at any one time managed an empire of 300 million people spread over the vast area that now includes India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Burma. How was this possible, and what were these people like? The British... more...
- Eland Publishing 2012; US$ 14.57
In 1957, Giuseppe Tomasi, the last Prince of the Sicilian Lampedusa family, died impoverished and unknown, leaving behind the manuscript of a book he had recently finished. The following year the book, The Leopard, was published in Italy and has since been widely translated and recognized as one of the great novels of the twentieth century. For over... more...
- HarperCollins Canada 2013; US$ 12.99
From a Governor General?s Award–winning author comes a heart-rending novel about family, children and the end of life. Over the course of one Saturday night, a man and his half-sister meet at her request to spend the evening preparing for her assisted death. They drink and reminisce fondly, sadly, amusingly about their lives and especially her children,... more...