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Sad tale of a subjugated people (native Canadians…)

Sad tale of a subjugated people (native Canadians…) 14th September 2017

Concentration Camps of Canada by Baron Alexander Deschauer and Lucky Deschauer – a sad tale of a subjugated people. The title is misleading and – dare one say it – intended to shock. It is said by the authors (but...

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Thriller set in Québec (and across the border into Vermont)

Thriller set in Québec (and across the border into Vermont) 2nd September 2017

Glass Houses by Louise Penny, thriller set in Québec (and across the US border into Vermont). Glass Houses is the 13th book by Louise Penny in her Chief Inspector Gamache thriller series. As with all the other books, it is set...

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Disturbing thriller set in Canada and Bosnia

Disturbing thriller set in Canada and Bosnia 2nd August 2017

The Unquiet Dead by Ausma Zehanat Khan – thriller set in Canada and Bosnia. Scarborough is an area of Toronto that borders the ocean. Christopher Drayton tumbles from the cliffs onto the rocks below and dies. The book is a classic tale...

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Novel set in British Columbia, Canada (chillingly thrilling)

Novel set in British Columbia, Canada (chillingly thrilling) 24th May 2015

The Missing One by Lucy Atkins, novel set in British Columbia, Canada. Do you remember how, as a child, you could lose yourself in a book? The real world would just fade away while you immersed yourself in the fictional...

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Novel set in Nova Scotia and France (the author is a ‘real discovery’)

Novel set in Nova Scotia and France (the author is a ‘real discovery’) 11th June 2014

The Cartographer of No Man’s Land by P S Duffy: a WW1 Novel set in Nova Scotia and France. P S Duffy is a real discovery. This is her first novel, but it reads as if she has had...

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