Spike, a psychologist and activist, and Jane, a philosopher and writer, leave their dead-end temp jobs in Toronto and head for Paris--on their lunch break--by car, stopping frequently to stock up on chocolate. Along the way, they meet X, a lost extraterrestrial.
If you like true crime, then you'll enjoy First Degree by Kayla Hounsell.
Terry Doyle's collection of twelve short stories has been eagerly anticipated since he won the Percy Janes First Novel Award in 2017 for Union, an as-yet unpublished manuscript.
In Transplanted, author Allison Watson describes her life with Cystic Fibrosis (CF) and her lung's long, slow decline to the point where only a double-lung transplant can save her life. As of this book, she is four years post-transplant and is doing well.
Bad Ideas is a great read, a well-balanced mix of pathos and humour that I rated as four stars at Goodreads.
Number 12 in the Jack McMorrow Mystery Series, the story involves the mystery and confusion surrounding the seemingly random axe murder of a woman in a big-box store just moments after Jack passes her in the parking lot.
In Alison DeLory's Making it Home, published by Vagrant Press, we have a novel involving a Syrian family coming to Canada. The author dovetails a Syrian family escaping Aleppo to live in a refugee camp in Turkey, with that of a family in Falkirk Cove, a small community on Cape Breton Island.