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- MP Publishing 2007; US$ 4.99
A riveting story of love, envy, and betrayal set in the dying days of the lumber industry. It?s the mid-twentieth century and the Canadian lumber industry is dying. Only men who are strong in body and spirit, men like Will Jameson, can lead the expeditions to harvest timber in the perilous mountain landscape. But when Will dies in a tragic accident,... more...
- MP Publishing 2008; US$ 4.99
From the two-time winner of Canada?s prestigious Governor General?s Award, a suspenseful story of greed, betrayal, murder, and a lottery ticket that may or may not be worth millions. For twenty years, Alex Chapman ? a worn-out academic and failed priest ? has been at war with his great-uncle James, a man known in his small-town community as 'The Tyrant'.... more...
- McClelland & Stewart 2009; US$ 15.95
David Adams Richards? Governor General?s Award-winning novel is a powerful tale of resignation and struggle, fierce loyalties and compassion. This book is the first in Richards? acclaimed Miramichi trilogy. Set in a small mill town in northern New Brunswick, it draws us into the lives of a community of people who live there, including: Joe Walsh, isolated... more...
- Doubleday Canada 2011; US$ 19.95
Highly charged and profoundly important, Incidents in the Life of Markus Paul is a new masterpiece from one of Canada?s greatest writers. On a bright morning in June 1985, a young Micmac man starts his first day of work?but by noon he is dead, killed mysteriously in the fourth hold of the cargo ship Lutheran . Hector Penniac had been planning... more...
- Doubleday Canada 2009; US$ 19.95
In this invaluable contribution to the continuing debate about religious belief, David Adams Richards offers an exhilaratingly fresh perspective and a voice more impassioned, heartfelt, and sometimes furious, than anything written about God by an atheist. David Adams Richards, one of Canada?s most beloved and celebrated authors, has been wrestling... more...
- McClelland & Stewart 2009; US$ 9.95
Cindi and Ivan Basterache have been married only twenty months. There is a disagreement over a loan, and rumours of violence in the ensuing quarrel begin to spread throughout the northern New Brunswick mill town in which they live, setting in motion a series of events and misunderstandings. As Ivan struggles to reconcile with Cindi, the community... more...
- McClelland & Stewart 2009; US$ 19.99
A suspenseful and moving novel which has at its centre one of Richards? most memorable and haunting characters. It is the fall of 1989 in a small Miramichi mill town. Jerry Bines is acquitted of murder and returns home to his estranged wife and young son, with hopes for a new beginning. But when he learns that Gary Percy Rils has escaped from prison,... more...
- Doubleday Canada 2009; US$ 21.00
What had happened, from those days until now? And why had it? And how had his life gone? And who was to blame? Or why did he think he had to blame anyone? Certainly he couldn?t even blame Mr. Roach, caught in the same turmoil as everyone believing half-truths in order to blame other people. These are the forlorn thoughts of Alex Chapman, the tragic... more...
- Doubleday Canada 2011; US$ 16.95
Mercy Among the Children received effusive praise from the critics, was nominated for a Governor General?s Award and won the Giller Prize. It was named one of 2000?s best books, became a national bestseller in hardcover for months, and would be published in the US and UK. It is seen, however, as being at odds with literary fashion for concerning... more...
- Doubleday Canada 2011; US$ 21.00
In the 1920s, Janie McLeary and George King run one of the first movie theatres in the Maritimes. The marriage of the young Irish Catholic woman to an older English man is thought scandalous, but they work happily together, playing music to accompany the films. When George succumbs to illness and dies, leaving Janie with one young child and another... more...