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A bestselling romance set in the 1950s between an educated but impoverished young New Brunswick woman and a wealthy young American$16.95, PaperbackBeautiful Joe is a profoundly touching story that revolutionized our understanding of the humane treatment of animals.$16.95, Paperback
An early, classic Canadian nature novel.$16.95, PaperbackJean de Mer returns home after three years' absence to find his son Marc in danger. Marc is in trouble with French partisan leader Black Abbé and is taken captive. Father and son quickly make their escape, determined to expose the priest's deceitful ways.$16.95, PaperbackA terrifying encounter in the New Brunswick woods forces a young woman to question her beliefs.$16.95, PaperbackRomance, suspense, and murder in 19th-century Saint John$16.95, PaperbackBringing back little-known literary stars of the Maritimes and their best books$22.95, PaperbackA re-release of a bestselling late nineteenth-century novel by a Maritime Canadian author.$16.95, PaperbackBe transported back to Old Pictou, Nova Scotia with this tale of witchery, muscular Christianity, press gangs, and Culloden-haunted memory in an historical novel in the tradition of Sir Walter Scott$16.95, PaperbackA ripping yarn of adventure on the high seas, fishing on the Grand Banks with Bluenose skippers in the Gloucester fleet$16.95, PaperbackA tale of two young women in "reduced circumstances" at the turn of the century$16.95, PaperbackPlunged into the world of fashionable New York society, an idealistic young Halifax woman faces hard choices about love and nationality against the backdrop of the First World War.$16.95, PaperbackRevenge, intrigue, and romance set against the background of 18th century Grand Pré and Louisbourg.$16.95, PaperbackA young woman sails from England to Nova Scotia to find life and love after her divorce.$16.95, PaperbackA Victorian Romance set in Quebec City.$16.95, Paperback
A fictional portrayal of Canadians in the Paris art scene of the 1890s.$16.95, Paperback
A story of survival, romance and religion set in Northern
Manitoba during the early 20th century fur trade by a leading Nova Scotia writer.
A novel of open sea sealing, pirate gold and romance from the Atlantic Ocean to the Southern seas set in the early 1900s.
A classic novel about a rambunctious orphan's misadventures finding a home in the early 1900s.
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