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  • The Ethel Wilson Symposiumby Lorraine McMullen

    University of Ottawa Press 1982; US$ 6.53

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  • Re(dis)covering Our Foremothersby Lorraine McMullen

    University of Ottawa Press 1989; US$ 6.53

    The modern literary searchlight has flushed out Canada’s long neglected nineteenth century female writers. New critical approaches are advocated and others are encouraged to take on the difficulties – and rewards – of research into the lives of our foremothers. more...

  • Playing Daddyby Lorraine Carroll

    Harlequin 2011; US$ 3.75

    ONCE A FATHER When Cable McRay opened his home to single mother Sara Nelson, he hadn't expected to play daddy to her three-year-old son. But beautiful Sara needed his help, and Cable couldn't deny this compelling woman anything. Even if that meant facing his painful pastand longing for a family that could never be his. ALWAYS A FATHER? ... more...

  • Beauty and the Groomby Lorraine Carroll

    Harlequin 2011; US$ 3.75

    MAN OF ICE Lee Stratton could walk away from anyone without regretshe was a true man of ice. Proof? Jilted at the altar, he shrugged off his honeymoon and headed instead for his old hometown. But there he encountered Meredith Cole, a single mom so meltingly warm she cracked Lee's glacial cool. Unthinkably, this fabulous female was the once-gawky... more...

  • The Walled Flowerby Lorraine Bartlett

    Penguin Publishing Group 2012; US$ 7.99

    If Katie Bonner's late husband hadn't invested all their savings in the crafts fair Artisans Alley, the Webster mansion could have been hers to remodel into a bed-and-breakfast. Instead that dream belongs to another young couple. But that dream becomes a nightmare when a skeleton is discovered sealed in the walls of the mansion. The bones belong... more...

  • Lorraineby Lorraine Kelly

    Headline 2008; US$ 12.99

    National treasure Lorraine Kelly has been great company for years: a sunny, vivacious and loveable presence in your home. Now it's possible to get to know her even better as, for the first time, she opens up about her eventful life and tells her story in her own words. From her working-class childhood growing up in one of the toughest areas of Glasgow,... more...

  • Why the Chinese Don't Count Caloriesby Lorraine Clissold

    Hardie Grant Books 2008; US$ 18.50

    Unlike many in the West, the Chinese see food not as a chore to prepare and source of unwanted calories, but as a health-giving pleasure. In 15 short, captivating chapters, Lorraine Clissold explains why the Chinese can eat as much as they wants without worrying about their weight. more...

  • Victorian Women Travellers in Meiji Japanby Lorraine Sterry

    BRILL 2009; US$ 97.00

    Complementing other published works about travel by nineteenth-century women writers by locating and creating ‘space’ for Japan is missing within recent critical discourses on travel writing, it examines narratives of women writers who travelled to Japan from the mid-1850s onwards, and became a highly desirable travel destination thereafter. more...

  • Little Lone Star Quiltsby Lorraine Olsen

    C&T Publishing 2010; US$ 13.99

    Revolutionary new fold-and-sew paper piecing technique makes miniature Lone Star quilts easy, with perfect points every time. 7 projects. more...

  • A Raisin in the Sunby Lorraine Hansberry

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2011; US$ 7.95

    "Never before, the entire history of the American theater, has so much of the truth of black people's lives been seen on the stage," observed James Baldwin shortly before A Raisin in the Sun opened on Broadway in 1959. Indeed Lorraine Hansberry's award-winning drama about the hopes and aspirations of a struggling, working-class family living on... more...