New Releases

  • 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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  • Queer Monologues: Stories of LBGT Youth

    Queer Monologues: Stories of LBGT Youth, produced by For the Love of Learning (FTLOL), offers queer youth a safe, creative outlet to share their concerns, hopes, and personal stories with the community-at-large. If...

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  • The Breakwater Book of Contemporary Newfoundland Plays, Volume 2

    Similar to the first volume released in fall 2012, this second play anthology features the work of six emerging and established Newfoundland playwrights. Includes Produced in conjunction with Playwrights Canada...

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  • Pirate Gran Goes For Gold

    In her second book, Pirate Gran’s got wind of the Olympics—and in her latest adventure with old shipmate Fingers O’Malley, her long-suffering croc and the rest of the crew, she’s dead-set on becoming World...

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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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  • 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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  • The Seventh Day

    In this fast-paced novel about a man who returns to university following the death of his wife, David Edwards is drawn into a criminal web of drugs, sexual slavery, and political intrigue that threatens the very...

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  • Why Do Dogs Sniff Bottoms?

    In this hilarious romp through doggy etiquette, Dawn McMillan and Bert Signal answer that age-old childish question of Why Do Dogs Sniff Bottoms? by taking us back to where it all started. Accompanied by the sidesplitting...

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