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Four young people are bound together by fate and the events of 1919 in this timeless Canadian Novel.$22.95, PaperbackBeautiful Joe is a profoundly touching story that revolutionized our understanding of the humane treatment of animals.$14.99, Digital (ePub)Bringing back little-known literary stars of the Maritimes and their best books$22.95, PaperbackRomance, suspense, and murder in 19th-century Saint John$16.95, PaperbackThis "rich, abundantly humane love story" (Chicago Tribune) centres on a simmering love triangle ignited during the Halifax Explosion of 1917.$24.95, 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, PaperbackJulia leaves behind the stuffy post-Victorian Halifax for Europe, where she becomes ensnared in the world of the great Canadian painter J.W. Morrice and his circle of artistic friends, including Henri Matisse.$29.95, HardcoverA 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 new edition of a classic book on Nova Scotia's rich folklore traditions.$19.95, Paperback
An early 20th century bestseller, now translated into English, offers rare insight into the experience of young European immigrants to Canada.
A novel of open sea sealing, pirate gold and romance from the Atlantic Ocean to the Southern seas set in the early 1900s.
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