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  • All Mortal Things

    Inspector Jerry Strauss does not believe in ghosts.As commander of the Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry detachment for the Ontario Provincial Police, he deals with facts, not fancies. But he and Sterling House, now a B&B in Ingleside, have a long history, going back to his childhood when the house was a private home in the Lost Villages of Wales. As a boy, things weren’t quite so black and white, and ... Read more

    $8.69 USD

  • The Trail Beckons 100 Years of Cross-Country Skiing in the Gatineau

    Thousands enjoy skiing the Gatineau trails each winter and thousands more hike many of the same trails. We have been doing so for 100 years.Meet the original trail builders in the 1920s, Charles Mortureux and Joe Morin, and the trails they made, The Western, Little Switzerland, Highland and Merry Go Round. Hear the many stories related to them; how Penquin Parking Lot got its name, how Camp ... Read more

    $7.99 USD

  • Flying Snakes and Green Turtles

    Tanzania Up Close

    by Evelyn Voigt ...
    While others gave up on Tanzania in its toughest years, Geoff and Vicky Fox invested in it. Laced with humour, their unusual love story touches, in personal anecdotes, on international events: Tea Wars and Nazis, international Oil Shocks and ivory poaching.Flying Snakes and Green Turtles follows little orphaned Felisita, who, at the age of eleven, defies her fa... ... Read more

    $9.49 USD

  • A Violent End

    series A Lost Villages Mystery #1
    Following the death of her mother, university history professor Farran Mackenzie begins searching for her parents’ past in the Lost Villages of the St. Lawrence Seaway. Her arrival surprises the old-timers, and stirs up memories amongst the former villagers, many of whom were already rattled by the recent reappearance of Farran’s father ─ from beneath the waters of the St. Lawrence where his body ... Read more

    $8.69 USD

  • All My Worldly Goods

    series Detective Farran #5
    The Seaway Valley’s Queen of Crime Maggie Wheeler returns with a sweeping tale of generational secrets and murder.When Farran Mackenzie begins a genealogical search into her grandmother Evian’s past, she finds more questions than answers buried in a murky chapter of Canadian history: the British Home Children. A visit from an unexpected family connection shines a new light on Evian’s sudden death ... Read more

    $8.69 USD

  • The Brother of Sleep

    series A Lost Villages Mystery #2
    Farran Mackenzie couldn’t have been more surprised when Alison Perry walked into her University of Waterloo office. It had been thrity years since she had last seen her best friend in high school, and thirty years since her best friend’s father, a police officer, had been killed in the line of duty. And now Alison was asking for help in discovering who had really killed her father.Farran has ... Read more

    $8.69 USD

  • Scales of Eden

    Courage and the loss of innocence in the dawn of a new ageFor Wayne Campbell, growing up in the 1950s, Deep River is an earthly paradise. The Town Beside the Ottawa is an instant community, built in less than a year to house the scientists, engineers and others who work at Canada’s first nuclear research facility at nearby Chalk River.Wayne and his friends from the far reaches of Canada and the ... Read more

    $8.69 USD

  • The Healing Trees

    By moving off-grid to a farm in the Wilno Hills of Eastern Ontario, Robbie Anderman left behind his former way of life, his allergy shots and pills, and the social supports that he was used to. He quickly discovered that he needed to learn how to live on the land that had become his home.Running down to the drugstore or herb shop to buy a remedy for what ailed him was no longer an option. ... Read more

    $8.69 USD

  • The Methodist Man

    It’s 1840, and Robert Terrill Rundle—sent from Cornwall, England, to Christianize the "wild" Indians of the Canadian plains—enters a harsh world. The whites cling to their isolated forts, while the Blackfoot Confederacy and the Plains Cree Alliance struggle for control of their hunting grounds and the diminishing buffalo herds. So sets the stage for The Methodist Man, a novel by Terrence Rundle ... Read more

    $8.69 USD

  • From the Heart of Europe to the Wonders of Canada: A Story of One Woman's Century

    A story of One Woman's Century

    From the Heart of Europe to the Wonders of Canada relates the life journey of Erika Gaertner from her childhood days (1920s) in what is now the Czech Republic and the Heart of Europe to her botanical pursuits of the 21st century in retirement! Along, the way, she relates stories from her education in botany at the Ontario Agricultural College (Guelph's OAC) and Cornell University, her family life ... Read more

    $7.99 USD

  • Energywellness

    How do we turn around a life that is unsatisfactory at all levels, when we are out of balance in mind, body, and spirit? The answers to these questions, framed in an energy approach to wellness, are given in Energy Wellness.Judith Campbell coaches us in the process of choosing good foods and preparing them properly, to bring the body into balance; in a number of different relaxation and meditation ... Read more

    $8.69 USD

  • Ice Cream Stories About Dad

    Eleven-year-old Peter completely charms us with some of his earliest memories about growing up in Edmonton in the 1950s and '60s, in Ice Cream Stories About Dad, by Peter Paproski.Already an aspiring writer at that age, Peter receives his first typewriter and decides to "write down what I think is kinda special about my Dad. Maybe after I do that for a while I'll do the same about Mom. Then maybe ... Read more

    $7.39 USD