Browsing Lists in "True Crime"
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From short stories to novels, these works of fiction set in New Brunswick and PEI add distinct flavour to Canada's literature.More Info
Did you know that the honey capital of Canada is a small French community north of Edmonton? You could know this bit of trivia and much more if you perused some of the books on this list.More Info
The winners will be announced at the Arthur Ellis Awards gala dinner on Thursday, May 30, at the Arts & Letters Club in downtown Toronto. For more info, see http://www.crimewriterscanada.com/awards/arthur-ellis-awards/current-contest/shortlistsMore Info
In honour of Freedom to Read Week, this is a list of Canadian books that stand out for being powerfully—even ruthlessly—honest and brave. Whether fiction or non-fiction, serious or funny (or both), the books on this list share one trait: they deal with important issues (depression, murder, inequity, disability, persecution, sex, gender, identity, family, etc.) in fearless ways that could only happen in a country that values free expression and thinking. We're talking about you, Canada.More Info
Non-fiction books that will change the way you view the world.More Info
A collection of new history books from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and LabradorMore Info