57 books for genre «Canadian»

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The stories in Guppy Soup explore human nature and how we sometimes simply don't live up to our potential. Guppy Soup reveals us as who we (oftentimes) are: impatient, petty, jealous, flawed creatures who have knee-­jerk reactions to the world of appearances; people who fall too far short of achieving a charitable outlook on life and on others to be considered good.

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Dark Satires is a collection of short fiction with the focus on fun. Stories like The Kidney, The Death of Frederigo Velasquez, The Hive, and News From the Future will set you back in your chair, raise your eyebrows, elevate your heart-­rate and quicken your pulse. Not for the faint of heart or the overly-­sensitive.

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Matachewan is a collection of Canadian short story literary fiction.

WahWashKesh in central Ontario, Matachewan in Northern Ontario, Major Street in Toronto: these are all the haunts of my childhood. Not where we lived but where we vacationed (if you can call spending the night at my grandmother’s house a vacation.­) How these places weave spells as the years pass.

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A collection of seventeen short stories suitable for all ages and written in several different styles. As the title suggests, there are explorations and examinations in many different directions that lead to insight, grounding, adventure and growth.

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Set in a northern Inuit village, where Evil Spirits linger behind snow mountains, Under the Yellow Kite is a portrait of a woman’s courage, a visionary of changing times, and the survival she faces against her abusive husband, her community and traditions. It remains a story of untold love as her husband`s half brother vows to protect her only to intensify conflicts between brothers.

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The people who earn their living from the Atlantic waters have long made their peace with the risks of the ocean, until the worst comes knocking at their doors.

Deadly Catches is a small short story collection that explores the grief of living with the ultimate price.

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Tripping Into Mexico is a story of the adventure of life. Corsey Clamming records his days in a diary. He writes of men released from prison, of self-­destroying artists, homeless hitch-­hikers seeking a lift, and more. Corsey believes in a world he consciously creates. Dirt, heat, blood, and beauty mix as Corsey seeks his muse and follows the philosophy of, 'You create your own reality.­'

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A smooth talking American evangelist is building a church in a small town outside Vancouver and drops dead in the middle of a sermon.
Many people who know and serve him have a motive to kill him. Was it murder or heart disease?

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Eleanor has run the crossroads store for decades and knows all there is to know about her tiny corner of Kent County. When a stranger named Vincent makes an unexpected offer to buy the store, Eleanor is rattled by his persistence and veiled threats. Not wanting to ask anyone for a thing, Eleanor is forced to go to her rural neighbours for help to find out why this ruthless man is after her.

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I’ve done bad things. I’ve lied. I’ve cheated. Whenever my family gets doughnuts, I hide the blueberry fritter so no one else can eat it. This issue of Record is all about shame, and the stories we'd rather not tell.

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Books for genre Canadian