Fiction

  • Most Anything You Please

    For decades, the Holloways have operated a convenience store in the working-class neighborhood of Rabbittown in St. John’s, and every customer has a story. In a vibrant, contemporary family saga, filled with idiosyncratic...

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    Available October 6, 2017.
  • The End of Music

    Herb Carter’s days as an aspiring rock star are over. His mother, Joyce, no longer remembers his name and seems trapped in the past. Jamie Fitzpatrick’s second novel weaves in and out of time to effortlessly...

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    Available September 29, 2017.
  • Skeet Love

    Think the world can’t get any crazier? Think again. Set in near-future Toronto, Skeet Love tells the story of Shane, a conspiracy theorist and aspiring rapper; Nina, his girlfriend; and Brit, the couple’s...

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  • The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes

    Could you face your greatest fears—and survive? Wanda Jaynes is about to lose her job amidst a mountain of bills, and she suspects her musician boyfriend might be romantically interested in her friend, Trish....

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  • Weaving Water

    Weaving Water is a novel about otters, healing the human heart, and finding hope for an imperilled Earth. Ecologist Beth Meyer has lost hope for the future of the Earth. Still she yearns to do something that...

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  • The Geranium Window

    In the fictional village of Rocky Point, Cape Breton, just after WWII, the Briar family keeps a secret. Locked in his room, Joseph Briar, a child with visible and non- visible disabilities, is hidden from...

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  • The Inward Journey

    Sylvia Bolfe sits in her nursing home, criticizes the food and the staff—all but her trusted confidant and registered nurse, Eleanor— and with humour and feistiness recounts her turbulent life. From...

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  • The Money Shot

    Sebastian Hunter is a rake and womanizer. He’s also a star reporter for the CBC. He has the money shot of a luxurious house falling over a cliff, and the whole world is watching. He’s about to take...

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  • Two-Man Tent

    In Two-Man Tent, one of Canada’s most celebrated writers, Robert Chafe, offers his long-awaited collection of short fiction. The individual stories are thematically linked by an interwoven, recurring...

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  • Silence of Stone

    Based on historical records, Silence of Stone recounts the story of Marguerite de Roberval, a young French noblewoman. During a colonizing expedition to New France in 1542, she falls in love with a soldier. Jean-François...

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