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My stories, my times —Chrétien, Jean, 1934- author.

"One of the most popular Canadian Prime Ministers in recent history, elected to government for three consecutive majority terms, Jean Chrétien has some stories to tell. Recounted with warmth, insight and his distinctive...

Oscar —Segura, Mauricio, 1969- author.

"Inspired by the legendary jazz pianist Oscar Peterson, and imbued with magical realism, Mauricio Segura evokes the atmosphere of the cabarets of 1950s in this swinging novel. Segura offers a fascinating reflection on th...

You will love what you have killed —Lambert, Kevin, 1992- author.

In 'You Will Love What You Have Killed', which was the winner of the 2018 Quebec Booksellers' Prize, the children of Chicoutimi, QC, meet violent ends - then return to their lives. With their elders absorbed in their own...

Mostarghia —Ombasic, Maya, author.

In the south of Bosnia and Herzegovina lies Mostar, a medieval town on the banks of the emerald Neretva, which flows from the "valley of sugared trees" through sunny hills to reach the Adriatic Sea. This idyllic locale i...

For want of a fir tree : Ukraine undone —Lavoie, Frédérick, 1983- author.

"Addressing himself to Artyom, a four-year-old victim of the conflict in Ukraine, Frédérick Lavoie explores the roots of that conflict."-- Provided by publisher.

A secret between us a novel —Poliquin, Daniel.
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2008

When Lusignan sets off for World War I, he has already survived a tragicomic Catholic childhood and writing career. Shortly before he goes, he meets a fellow officer, Essiambre d'Argenteuil, which becomes the defining mo...

Arvida —Archibald, Samuel, 1978-
Restricted EAudiobook (NNELS)
2015

Samuel Archibald’s stories come from over there: way, way over there. They live in the woods, hunting for creatures that may or may not exist, and they sometimes go surging down the highway at reckless speeds. At other ...

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