Fiction

  • Cold Pastoral

    Originally published in 1939 to acclaim in Britain and the US, Cold Pastoral was the second novel by Margaret Duley, the acknowledged “first novelist” from Newfoundland. A missing girl, a mystery in the woods…...

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  • How Loveta Got Her Baby

    From Journey Prize-nominee Nicholas Ruddock comes an outstanding new collection of short fiction. How Loveta Got Her Baby is a set of linked stories about growing up unsure of the world and trying to stand up...

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  • Where White Horses Gallop

    From award-winning author Beatrice MacNeil comes Where White Horses Gallop, the acclaimed story of those who were sent into battle- and those who were left at home. In 1941, three young men enlist in the legendary...

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  • Last Witness

    The Last Witness: She saw everything… then disappeared. November 22, 1963 – the day President John F. Kennedy was shot – burns in retired FBI agent Ed Malloy’s memory. After a lifetime of searching, Malloy...

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  • Random Passage

    A new edition of Bernice Morgan’s classic, bestselling, family saga. The chill Atlantic lies between Lavinia Andrews and the England she loves after a shattering incident topples her family’s fortunes. Shocked,...

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  • Maxine

    Imagine a new life. Maxine Carter suddenly finds herself searching for a fresh start—a way around her own gnawing fear of an untimely death and a wasted life.What she discovers is her neighbour’s nine-year-old...

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  • Every Little Thing

    If you could take one thing back… Every Little Thing explores how lives are shaped by the butterfly effect of decisions that go desperately wrong. After a shocking family tragedy, Cohen Davies feels isolated,...

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  • Braco

    SHORTLISTED FOR THE SAVAGE FIRST BOOK AWARD. The year is 1995. The city of Srebrenica falls to Serbian forces. While women and children cling to uncertain security in the UN-protected area of Potocari, thousands...

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  • The Mean Time

    The Mean Time is a work of literary fiction set in Corner Brook about how people allow their pasts to shape and define them – in holding on to dread, regret, and pain. The death of Will Johnston shakes the...

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  • Baggage

    Acclaimed Newfoundland author Jill Sooley’s second novel, Baggage, examines the step family. Drawing on humour and heartbreak, as she did in Widows of Paradise Bay, this story unfolds from the perspectives...

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