NEWS – LATE SEPTEMBER & EARLY OCTOBER 2018
Bellevue Square – the winner of the 2017 Giller Prize – by Michael Redhill is now in paperback.
All Things Consoled “a daughter’s memoir” by Elizabeth Hay tells of the years the author spent caring for her aging parents. Beautifully written and told with honesty and compassion.
Transcription by Kate Atkinson – a new novel from one of my favourite writers – can’t wait to read this one!
A Forgotten Place by Charles Todd is the 10th in the Bess Crawford mystery series. As the Great War comes to an end in Europe Bess is drawn into a case that takes her to a remote and bleak coal mining village in Wales.
The Clockmaker’s Daughter by Kate Morton is an intricately layered story told by multiple voices across time. A story of murder, mystery, thievery, art, love and loss sure to please this popular author’s many fans.
Cast Iron by Peter May is now in paperback. This is the 6th book in the Enzo Macleod series, set in contemporary Paris and decades earlier in other parts of France. Earlier crimes come to the surface as Enzo investigates his last cold case.
Dave Butler has a new novel in his Jenny Willson Mystery series. The first, Full Curl, was the winner of the 2018 Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Crime Novel. Now followed by No Place for Wolverines, Park Warden Jenny Willson initiates a covert inquiry into a proposed ski hill in Yoho National Park, and criminal intrigue that threatens to tear apart a small British Columbia town.