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Learning from the Life Lessons of Uncle Holland | Review of "Uncle Holland" by JonArno Lawson and illustrated by Natalie Nelson (2017) Groundwood Books

We have all made mistakes in our past, and we all have had to make difficult decisions because of those mistakes. But in many cases, those decisions can lead us to uplifting and interesting paths in our lives and define us in better ways. 331 more words

Midweek Mini Reviews #5



Goodnight From London by Jennifer Robson

I’m a huge fan of Jennifer Robson’s first two novels from her The Great War series so I was excited to finally get the opportunity to meet her and get an ARC of her newest book, Goodnight from London which is actually part of a new series set during the 1940s. 435 more words

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Canada Reads 2017: Fifteen Dogs and The Break

Fifteen Dogs by André Alexis (Coach House Books)

The Break by Katherena Vermette (House of Anansi Press)

Martin and Associates congratulates the 2017 Canada Reads… 406 more words

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book review: the break

The Break by Katherena Vermette is a multithreaded novel about a crime that takes place in Winnipeg. A young Native woman is attacked in the February night. 182 more words

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Annabel: Review

*Originally published 2015/09/04

ANNABEL Written by Kathleen Winter

2010; 464 Pages (House of Anansi Press)

Genre: canadiana, fiction, literary, historical, sexuality

Rating: ★★★★1/2

A beautifully haunting novel written with such grace and compassion that I could not put it down till I finished.  149 more words

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Mystery Monday | The Couturier of Milan (Ava Lee #9) by Ian Hamilton

Mystery Mondays is an occasional review feature here on Words of Mystery that showcases books in the mystery (and on occasion thriller) genre that we are currently reading and our thoughts on them.

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