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- Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Ltd 2013; Not Available
Sheltered By Her Top-Notch Boss by Joanna Neil Dedicated ER registrar Ellie Saunders has put her troubled youth behind her and now fronts a medical TV show. Yet her fresh start is threatened by the arrival of a ghost from her past...ER consultant James Birchenall - Ellie's new boss. His titled family was responsible for the disintegration... more...
- House of Anansi Press 2013; US$ 14.95
This volume collects the best of beloved poet Alden Nowlan's explicitly honest, direct, and insightful poetry. One of Canada's most influential poets, he left a rich legacy of poetry that is accessible yet profound, and that speaks to people's lives with wry observation and keen insight. During his lifetime he received many prestigious accolades and... more...
- Weaver Press 2013; US$ 12.95
Writing Lives, a collection of short stories, featuring Lawrence Hoba, Tendai Huchu, Tendai Machingaidze, Nevanji Madanhire, Daniel Mandishona, Christopher Mlalazi, Blessing Musariri, Chiedza Musengezi, Sekai Nzenza, Fungisayi Sasa and Emmanuel Sigauke. Writing Lives is the seventh of Weaver's anthologies of short stories following Writing Still,... more...
- Chouette Publishing, Inc. 2012; US$ 3.99
Caillou decides to surprise his mother with a new recipe. Hard at work in the kitchen, he becomes covered with flour, and a puddle of honey causes his feet to stick to the floor. His thoughtful gesture is creating messy results! Relevant to real development issues, this delightful adventure illustrates that even the best of intentions can have an... more...
- Interlink Publishing 2014; US$ 12.00
Funny and sad, satirical and humane, this novel tells the interlinked stories of three unforgettable men whose trajectories cross in Denmark: the flamboyant Ravi, the fundamentalist Karim, and the unnamed and pragmatic Pakistani narrator. As the unnamed narrator copes with his divorce, and Ravi—despite his exterior of skeptical flamboyance—falls deeply... more...
- Knopf Canada 2010; US$ 21.95
Foran's book is IT: the definitive, detailed, intimate portrait of Mordecai Richler, the lion of Canadian literature, and the turbulent, changing times that nurtured him. It is also an extraordinary love story that lasted half a century. The first major biography with access to family letters and archives. Mordecai Richler was an outsized and outrageous... more...
- Templar Publishing 2013; US$ 10.19
Ishmael is in his final two years at St Daniel?s and is on a quest to bring home the school cup before he leaves. With Captain Scobie at the helm, he and his unlikely companions will try everything – and anything – to win. With droll camaraderie, shameless determination and some help from the Finger of God, Ishmael and his friends learn to live by... more...
- Templar Publishing 2013; US$ 10.19
When a mysterious lantern and a box of painted slides come into Sunni and Blaise?s possession, they are drawn back to Blackhope Tower, where they discover that the lantern allows them to journey into the images portrayed in the painted slides. After finding out that one set of slides reveals the secrets of the journey of Corvo after his escape from... more...
- Wilfrid Laurier University Press 2009; US$ 85.00
The selections in Fierce Departures , drawn from Dionne Brand’s work since 1997, delineate with searing eloquence how history marks and dislocates peoples of the African diaspora, how nations, concretely and conceptually, fail to create safe haven, and how human desire persists nevertheless. Through a widening canvas, Brand unfolds the (im)possibilities... more...