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The Tiger’s Wife – Book Review

by Edith Cody-Rice  Téa Obrecht, the 25 year old author ot the Tiger's Wife, winner of this year's coveted Orange Prize for fiction, is undoubtedly a talented...

Shaun McLaughlin book will mark 175th anniversary of “Patriot War”

Shaun McLaughlin book will mark 175th anniversary of "Patriot War"  Shaun McLaughlin, Ramsay Ward Councillor, history buff and author is writing a book on the...

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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