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  • Author:
    Pilkey, Brent
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    When an organized drug gang starts selling crack dyed black, Division 51 of the Toronto Police gets the brunt of the action, and street cop Jack Warren and his partner face the ugly realities of crime in their city. Verdict: Pilkey, a...

  • Author:
    Carson, Ann Elizabeth
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    With grace and courage Ann Elizabeth Carson looks to the past from the perspective of a contemporary feminist. A lively evocation of her aunts and their home in Cheltenham, Ontario, reveals the rich and powerful ground for the poet's...

  • Author:
    Matsui, John
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    Just as lawyer Al Hamblyn's life hits a low point, he gets a once in a lifetime chance to defend Dragul Mangorian, a real, live, blood-sucking vampire.First he must harness his fears to defend a client whose appearance is the thing of...

  • Author:
    Prince, Althea, Jemeni
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    Ladies of the Night is set in Toronto and Antigua. With women's loves and lives as their focus, the stories contain dramatic twists and turns: some humorous, others shocking and disturbing, all leaving a haunting melody behind. The...

  • Author:
    Marchildon, Daniel
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    Toronto, septembre 1916. Napoléon Bouvier, un jeune boxeur franco-ontarien, quitte le ring pour joindre les rangs de l’armée britannique en Europe. Il reviendra du front tourmenté par des blessures physiques et psychologiques, incertain...

  • Author:
    Choi, Ins
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    Mr. Kim is a first-generation Korean immigrant and the proud owner of Kim’s Convenience, a variety store located in the heart of downtown Toronto’s Regent Park neighbourhood. There, he spends his time serving an eclectic array of...

  • Author:
    Blair, Michael
    Summary:

    This double edition of the Joe Shoe Mystery series presents Michael Blair's The Dells and A Hard Winter Rain.

  • Author:
    Batten, Jack
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    This special three-book bundle contains all three novel’s in Jack Batten’s Crang series. Acclaimed Jack Batten is one of Canada’s foremost crime fiction experts, and it shows in this entertaining and relentlessly witty series about the...

  • Author:
    Perović , Lydia
    Summary:

    Incidental Music visits the troubled and fascinating period of the Hungarian Revolution, within its larger context of the Communist post-war years in Eastern Europe, explores Toronto’s heritage and urban development, takes a...

  • Author:
    Mukherjee, Sam
    Summary:

    Rimana Sen, a young Indian woman, is thrilled to be recruited by a company in Canada and pleased to escape her mother’s expectations of marriage. On the flight to Canada she meets Jug Ducati, a young Canadian. By the time their flight...

  • Author:
    Jolly, B. Denham
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    Winner of the 2017 Toronto Book Award. A remarkable memoir about achieving prosperity in the face of relentless prejudice In the Black traces B. Denham Jolly's personal and professional struggle for a place in a country where...

  • Author:
    Filey, Mike
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    First published in 1982, I Remember Sunnyside is a mine of golden memories, bringing back to life an earlier Toronto, only hints of which remain today.Like the city itself, Sunnyside was an everchanging landscape from its heady opening...

  • Author:
    Croza, Laurel
    Summary:

    This enhanced e-book, in celebration of Groundwood's 35th anniversary, includes a read-aloud feature of the story narrated by Demi Pallas. The little girl in this story lives in a trailer near a forest in Saskatchewan, where her father...

  • Author:
    Redekop, Corey
    Summary:

    An outlandishly funny, unambiguously bloody novel about fame, love, religion, politics, and appetite

    It is one thing to die, alone and confused, trapped with your pants down around your ankles in the filthiest...

  • Author:
    Whittall, Zoe
    Summary:

    A dazzling portrait of twenty-somethings who grew up on text-messaging and the war on terror.In this robust, elegantly plotted, and ultimately life-affirming novel, Zoe Whittall presents a dazzling portrait of the Millennial Generation...

  • Author:
    Rotenberg, Robert
    Summary:

    In the latest thrilling crime novel from bestselling author Robert Rotenberg, Homicide Detective Ari Greene discovers the bludgeoned body of Toronto's most reviled developer behind his controversial new construction site. When...

  • Author:
    Toronto, Planned Parenthood of
    Summary:

    More and more gay teens are talking. They are speaking about their lives, about the realization of their sexuality, and the consequences for themselves. These young people discuss the reactions of their friends and families, their...

  • Author:
    McClintock, Norah
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    Rennie is in Uruguay when his cousins discover a secret cache at their dead grandfather's cottage. Thousands of dollars in foreign currencies. A mystifying notebook. Multiple passports, some obviously fake. A gun. A disguise. And a...

  • Author:
    McFetridge, John
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    The joke? Toronto thinks it’s the centre of some multicultural universe, always bragging about how people come from every part of the world to live there. The punch line? Some of them are coming to commit crimes.

    So yeah, Sharon...

  • Author:
    Vlassopoulos, Teri
    Summary:

    My father drowned in the Aegean Sea, fifty nautical miles northeast of the port of Piraeus. When it happened, my mother and I were at home in Toronto. It was early evening in Greece, afternoon for us, and I was at school when she found...

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