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BC & Yukon: Budge by Tom Osborne (Anvil Press)

BC & Yukon: Budge by Tom Osborne (Anvil Press)

The @winnipegnews reviewed Karen Dudley's Food for the Gods this weekend, describing it as "an entertaining work of historical fantasy chronicling Pelops's reincarnation as a chef in Athens" and an "inspired, tragic yet comical variation on the Greek myth." Reviewer Jennifer Pawluk is thrilled with the culinary twist on the classic story and writes that "Dudley has retold the story of Pelops with an intriguing complexity that is unquestionably original."

The @winnipegnews reviewed Karen Dudley's Food for the Gods this weekend, describing it as "an entertaining work of historical fantasy chronicling Pelops's reincarnation as a chef in Athens" and an "inspired, tragic yet comical variation on the Greek myth." Reviewer Jennifer Pawluk is thrilled with the culinary twist on the classic story and writes that "Dudley has retold the story of Pelops with an intriguing complexity that is unquestionably original."

BC & Yukon: The Private Journal of Captain G. H. Richards: The Vancouver Island Survey (1860 - 1862) edited by Linda Dorricott & Deidre Cullon (Ronsdale Press)

BC & Yukon: The Private Journal of Captain G. H. Richards: The Vancouver Island Survey (1860 - 1862) edited by Linda Dorricott & Deidre Cullon (Ronsdale Press)

South of Elfrida by Holley Rubinsky • short stories, wit, personal truth, humour

South of Elfrida by Holley Rubinsky • short stories, wit, personal truth, humour

Atlantic Canada: Burning House by Richard Lemm (Wolsak & Wynn)

Atlantic Canada: Burning House by Richard Lemm (Wolsak & Wynn)

From www.cbc.ca/books/booksandauthors/2012/10/the-darling-of-Kandahar   The Darling of Kandahar

From www.cbc.ca/books/booksandauthors/2012/10/the-darling-of-Kandahar The Darling of Kandahar

WINNER OF THE 2011 IPPY BRONZE MEDAL FOR REGIONAL FICTION: Sheilagh’s Brush - a novel by Maura Hanrahan: "Sheilagh’s Brush is a deeply moving portrait of two Newfoundland sisters who face down work, weather and loss to finally embrace their lives. Maura Hanrahan writes powerfully of the pain and joy of motherhood and ultimately delivers a mighty portrait of women’s lives writ large across the blue of sea and sky. I read it in great gulps."— Erica Eisdorfter, author of The Wet Nurse’s Tale…

WINNER OF THE 2011 IPPY BRONZE MEDAL FOR REGIONAL FICTION: Sheilagh’s Brush - a novel by Maura Hanrahan: "Sheilagh’s Brush is a deeply moving portrait of two Newfoundland sisters who face down work, weather and loss to finally embrace their lives. Maura Hanrahan writes powerfully of the pain and joy of motherhood and ultimately delivers a mighty portrait of women’s lives writ large across the blue of sea and sky. I read it in great gulps."— Erica Eisdorfter, author of The Wet Nurse’s Tale…

High-Water Mark by Nicole Dixon (The Porcupine's Quill): These ten tightly written stories, touched with humour, focus on characters pursuing romantic and professional desires, and encountering and recovering from betrayal and heartbreak.

High-Water Mark by Nicole Dixon (The Porcupine's Quill): These ten tightly written stories, touched with humour, focus on characters pursuing romantic and professional desires, and encountering and recovering from betrayal and heartbreak.

And Sometimes They Fly, by Robert Edison Sandiford (DC Books)

And Sometimes They Fly, by Robert Edison Sandiford (DC Books)

Atlantic Canada: Valery the Great by Elaine McCluskey (Anvil Press)

Atlantic Canada: Valery the Great by Elaine McCluskey (Anvil Press)

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