Saturday, November 18, 2017

Sanctuary Line – Book Review

by Edith Cody-Rice Jane Urquhart is a poet who writes novels. Oh, her prose is perfectly natural but it has a weight and cadence that...

Here On Earth- A Natural History of the Planet – Book Review

by Marnie Bruce Tim Flannery,internationally acclaimed scientist, writer and explorer takes us on a remarkable journey through the natural history of life on planet Earth....

Tell Anna She’s Safe – Book Review

by Carolyn Ciccoritti Crimes against women: manipulation, abuse, murder. Tell Anna She’s Safe, a novel by Brenda Missen, weaves fiction out of true crime. In 1995,...

J’Adore New York – Book Review

by Edith Cody-RIce It's time for the summer read: you know that book you take to the beach and to the cottage, not too taxing...

Caravaggio Painter of Miracles – Book Review

by Edith Cody-Rice Caravaggio, Painter of Miracles is not a new book. In fact it was published in 2005. The author, Francine Prose, is a...

War – Book Review

by Edith Cody-Rice Now that Canada's participation in Afghanistan is winding down, it is useful to reflect on the current intervention as well as...

Tournament of Shadows – Book Review

 by Edith Cody-Rice As Canada's mission in Afghanistan draws to a close, it is interesting, if not important, to delve into  past missions into...

Touch – Book Review

Alexi Zentner's first novel Touch, is the story of the families of Sawgamet, a town in northwestern Canada at the edge of the vast...
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