Category: fiction

REQUIEM FOR THE LAST INDIAN

ASHIS GUPTA
Set in the lands of the Cree Indians and the original 17th century settlers with the Hudson’s Bay Company, ‘Requiem’ traces family history and the land’s metamorphosis from a simple, nature-centered life to a complex world of trade, politics and intrigue.

FICTION, NOVEL
ISBN: 978-1-897411-84-1

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RITE OF JAMES BIDDLE

ANDREW BAILEY
The Rev’d. James Biddle loves good books and traditional values, fearing the brave new digital world and the interweb. He’s thirty-six. He fights modernization. Fights and fails to stop his own St. Mtthew’s Anglican Church from holding a U2charist to attract young parishioners.

FICTION, NOVEL
ISBN: 978-1-897411-78-0

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MATHEMAGICK: APPLES AND ORIGINS

JAMES DAVIDGE
The Wandering Stars are put on trial by the Lodge of Inter-temporal Mathematicians to face charges of committing crimes against reality. To defend themselves, ancient secrets are revealed as the Stars’ team leader Hypatia recounts her tragic, mystical beginnings.

YOUNG ADULT, GRAPHIC NOVEL
ISBN: 978-1-897411-76-6

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ROAD TO RUIN

BOB PRODOR
Road to Ruin is the story of a group of four na’erdowells in the early 1960‘s with limited super powers. Instead of dressing up as 1930’s wrestlers and fighting crime, they decide to emulate The Rat Pack by dressing heading out on the road robbing banks and looting towns.

FICTION, YOUNG ADULT, GRAPHIC NOVEL
ISBN: 978-1-897411-73-5

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THE PAINTERS CRAFT

A Toronto artist finds herself in the unlikely role of amateur sleuth as she sets about unraveling the strange death of her mentor, a renowned artist, through the tangle of an art studio and the legacies left behind by the dead artist’s love of mythology and Shakespeare.

FICTION, NOVEL
ISBN: 978-1-897411-56-8

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INSINUENDO

A murder mystery set within the complex world of an anthropological museum.Berry Cates has undergone a “radical lifectomy,” remaking her life at fifty-three, newly single and in a new career at a museum.

FICTION, MYSTERY
ISBN: 978-1-897411-38-4

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THIRTEEN MINUTES

In 1928, an internship with famed equal persons activist Nellie McClung leads Holly Burnside to clerk for the Alberta Eugenics Board, a group which prides itself on the efficiency of their reviews for government mandated sterilization – 13 minutes a case. Holly’s story…..

GRAPHIC NOVEL, HISTORY
ISBN: 978-1-897411-29-2

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