Drama

Noisemaker by Andy Tolson

Part ghost story, part fictionalized memoir, Noisemaker is a love letter to when thrashing guitars, pounding drums, and the three…

2 months ago

The Forbidden Dreams of Betsy Elliot by Carolyn R. Parsons

Betsy Elliott is a match for the cold northeast winds that rattle windows and carry Newfoundland sailors away to their…

3 years ago

Blindshot by Denis Coupal

On the cover of Blindshot is the silhouette of a crow, which is significant for, near the beginning of the…

3 years ago

The Promise by Ida Linehan Young

Newfoundland's Flanker Press has been publishing books by some of that province's best storytellers and Ida Linehan Young must be…

3 years ago

Side by Side by Anita Kushwaha

According to the Government of Canada website, every day, an average of more than 10 Canadians dies by suicide. For…

3 years ago

Celtic Knot: A Clara Swift Tale by Ann Shortell

A fine example of Canadian historical fiction, Ann Shortell's Celtic Knot: A Clara Swift Tale (2018, Friesen Press) is constructed…

3 years ago

Random Act (A Jack McMorrow Mystery) by Gerry Boyle

Number 12 in the Jack McMorrow Mystery Series, the story involves the mystery and confusion surrounding the seemingly random axe…

4 years ago

Quill of the Dove by Ian Thomas Shaw

Quill of the Dove is an excellent literary political thriller that takes place amid the Middle East skirmishes over several…

4 years ago

The Carpenter From Montreal by George Fetherling

The story behind The Carpenter From Montreal centres around Jim (in New York) and a large Montreal man known to…

4 years ago

Rotten Peaches by Lisa de Nikolits

Note: this review is based on an Advance Reading Copy supplied by the author in return for a fair review. Perennial…

4 years ago

Arrow’s Flight by Joel Scott

I can't say enough good things about Arrow's Flight; it's not merely a good guys/bad guys action/adventure set on the…

5 years ago

Amah and the Silk-Winged Pigeons by Jocelyn Cullity

There are certain books - not many- that I pick up to read and soon put down, not because I…

5 years ago

Most Anything You Please by Trudy J. Morgan-Cole

Most Anything You Please (2017, Breakwater Books) is the first book I have read by Ms. Morgan-Cole and it is…

5 years ago

Wall of War (A Drake Alexander Adventure) by Allan Hudson

Wall of War is New Brunswick author Allan Hudson's follow-up to Dark Side of a Promise and is the second…

5 years ago

Resort by Andrew Daley

Daley is a novelist and screenwriter. He was raised in Orangeville, Ontario, and moved to Toronto to attend university. Aside…

5 years ago

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