Books

Sofie and Cecilia – by Katherine Ashenburg

by Edith Cody-Rice Sofie and Cecilia is the debut novel of Katherine Ashenburg, a well known non-fiction Canadian writer who has published in the New...

‘True North Rising’ by Whit Fraser: book review

by Jim Moore Local resident Jim Moore was Assistant Deputy Minister for Northern Affairs for six years. He later served as executive director of the Inuit...

Bella Figura by Kamin Mohammadi

by Edith Cody-Rice Bella Figura is a book in the tradition of Under the Tuscan Sun by Frances Mayes.  A woman with a  high stress...

Warlight by Michael Ondaatje

by Edith Cody-Rice The first sentence of every novel should be: Trust me, this will take time but there is order here, very faint, very...

My Twenty-Five Years in Provence by Peter Mayle

by Edith Cody-Rice Peter Mayle, that prolific promoter of the pleasures of Provence died in January of 2018. This book, his last, was published posthumously...

The Language of Kindness by Christie Watson

by Edith Cody-Rice Once upon a time when the earth was cooling, I was a nurse. That was back in the 60's and early 70's...

Keith Spicer at Mill Street Books Saturday June 23.

by Edith Cody-Rice  Keith Spicer, Canadian icon of the 1970's to 1990's will be signing his new novel Terror at the Cathedral at Mill Street...

MacBeth by Jo Nesbo

by Edith Cody-Rice  I am not a regular reader of Jo Nesbo crime thrillers but I must say his novel The Snowman scared the wits...

‘Vi’ by Kim Thúy: book review

by Edith Cody-Rice  Kim Thúy is the award winning author of Ru and Mãn. In this, her fourth novel, the lyrical prose is so deeply personal that the...

The Music Shop by Rachel Joyce

by Edith Cody-Rice Rachel Joyce's new novel The Music Shop is to dedicated readers what slow food is to foodies. You are meant to savour...

LATEST

FOLLOW US

1,484FansLike
508FollowersFollow