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Behold Things Beautiful

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Behold Things Beautiful

After twelve years in exile, Alma Alvarez has been persuaded to return to Luscano, where she encounters the man whose actions prompted her exile and she begins to follow him in secret. >>

Below the Line

Below the Line

A behind-the-scenes novel set in Toronto, where the Americans come to shoot movies and TV series. But these are the stories about the "below the line" crew, the Canadians who work on the runaway American productions. >>

Bettina

Bettina

An unusual, charming and quirky look at the nature of love in the 20th century told by an aging French bus who takes matters into her own hands as she tries to ensure that modern lovers have a chance to pursue, if not capture love. >>

Blue Vengeance

Blue Vengeance

In the spring of 1964, troubled teenager Cookie Blue is found dead in the Red River.Blue Vengeance follows her younger brother Danny and Cookie's friend Janine through a lazy Winnipeg summer, as they plot to kill the despised teacher they blame for Cookie's death. >>

Body Trade

Body Trade

In a deeply personal narrative that explores power, sexual manipulation, cultural consumption and trust, Body Trade asks the ultimate question: To what terrifying places will we journey, and at what cost, in order to save our own lives? >>

Brilliant

Brilliant

Brilliant is a collection of short stories set in Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates, a polygot city where cultures collide and converge, and where money – and sometimes justice – is no object. >>

Castles in the Air

Castles in the Air

Castles in the Air is Mary Hagey's debut collection of stories, each about individuals trying desperately to assert themselves in their lives, to salvage what's been lost, or keep a firm hold on what seems to be slipping away, leading always to a quiet unfolding of the truth. >>

Character Actor

Character Actor

In Scott Randall's sophomore collection he finds the perfect pitch, story after story, getting right to the heart of ordinary characters — not the brilliantly burning stars, but the kind of people we see all around us every day. >>

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