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One day in Paris Cyril Belshaw reported that his wife Betty had disappeared without a trace. Soon afterward her mutilated corpse was discovered concealed on a mountainside--and Cyril was charged with her murder.$9.95, PaperbackMaria Campbell's biography is a classic, vital account of a young Métis woman's struggle to come to terms with the joys, sorrows, loves and tragedies of her northern Saskatchewan childhood.$14.95, PaperbackHugh MacLennan is one of Canada's great writers. Five-time winner of the Governor General's Award, his work includes some of the best loved and most read Canadian novels of all time.$9.95, PaperbackLouis Riel is one of the great tragic heroes in Canadian history, and one of its most misunderstood. Was he a prophet or a madman? The debate rages still...$9.95, PaperbackEleanor Pelrine describes the circumstances and motives that led Morgentaler to found an abortion clinic, and she chronicles the decade-long battles that followed between Morgentaler and the authorities.$9.95, PaperbackIntroducing Stephen Leacock, Canada's most famous humourist, and the whole Leacock clan - as seen through the eyes of a perceptive and observant young girl.$9.95, PaperbackFor twenty years, Nathan Cohen was the critic of theatre and entertainment in Canada. But he was far more than a critic: he was a one-man torrent of energy, enthusiasm, and activity devoted to the development of a Canadian cultural life.$9.95, Paperback"Prison is a huge lightless room filled with hundreds of blind, groping men, perplexed and apprehensive and certain that the world is filled with nothing but their enemies, at whom they must flail each time they brush against them..."$9.95, PaperbackThe life of the world-famous Canadian surgeon and scientist acclaimed by critics from coast to coast.$9.95, PaperbackThe engaging story of a young Canadian idealist who became a secret agent after coming face to face with the evil of Nazism.
$9.95, PaperbackThe story of a young Canadian's three years in a German prisoner-of-war camp - told with warmth, humour and honesty.$9.95, PaperbackA warm, lively, often witty, account of the life of one of Canada's most loved - and most successful - political leaders.$9.95, PaperbackThe memoirs of a witty, warm-hearted, irreverent newspaperman who witnessed the golden age of western Canada, 1935 to 1955.$9.95, PaperbackThe biography of a gentle, passionate patriot who became an Ottawa insider and fought for his vision of an independent Canada.$9.95, PaperbackThe story of an aristocratic youth growing up in Edwardian Toronto, told with engaging candour and wit.$9.95, Paperback
Disabled remains a useful practical guide and reference to a host of long-term and everyday challenges.$9.95, PaperbackThe history and humour of a "forlorn" little train, and the people and commodities that it carried in rural Cape Breton.$5.95, PaperbackScroll to Top