Patterson House by Jane Cawthorne

Alden Patterson, the last living member of a once-wealthy Toronto family, is haunted by the legacy of her grandfather, William…

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My Name is Seepeetza by Shirley Sterling

An honest look at life in an Indian residential school in the 1950s, and how one indomitable young spirit survived…

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Unrest by Emma Côté

Brisk, observational, and darkly comic, Unrest is both a road trip story and a touching eulogy on life, death, and…

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My Indian Summer: A Novel by By Joseph Kakwinokanasum

My Indian Summer, is a coming-of-age book, an account that sounds based in truth, and tells of a season that…

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Excerpt: The Elk Whistle Warrior Society by Rick Revelle

This excerpt is taken from the forthcoming book by Rick Revelle, The Elk Whistle Warrior Society. This action and adventure…

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Reading Indigenous With Alison Manley

Three reviews of books written by Indigenous authors that Alison Manley (TMR's Associate Editor) read in late 2022.

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Operation Masonic by Helen C. Escott

The Freemasons' Most Worshipful Grand Master has been murdered. His body has been laid out in the ritualistic Chamber of…

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Nether Regions by Randal Graham

Gear up for laughter in the hereafter as Socrates sets out to assassinate every soul who can remember the mortal…

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Aquariums, by J.D. Kurtness, translated by Pablo Strauss

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A Taste of Hunger by Barbara Joan Scott

A family saga about Ukrainian immigrants in the early 20th century, the power of desire, Baba Yaga fairytales, and a…

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Some Hellish by Nicholas Herring

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Birth Road by Michelle Wamboldt

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As Little As Nothing by Pamela Mulloy

Rich with historical detail, As Little As Nothing beautifully explores themes of resistance, the strength of new bonds, and the…

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The Crooked Knife: A Nell Munro Mystery by Jan Morrison

Constable Nell Munro is angry and in danger of losing her job. A teacher, Jay Tuck, has been found dead,…

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Shimmer by Alex Pugsley

In ten vividly told stories, Shimmer follows characters through relationships, within social norms, and across boundaries of all kinds as…

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