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The Crime on Cote des Neiges

The Crime on Cote des Neiges

The Crime on Cote des Neiges is fun, page-turning goodness, writing to wrap up warm in on a rainy day; a ticket to another world.”

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The Crime on Cote des Neiges

The Crime on Cote des Neiges

“Someone had gone to a hell of a lot of trouble just for me… They really needn’t have bothered.”

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Héliotrope Noir

Héliotrope Noir

David Warriner reviews two of the first three titles to appear in the Héliotrope Noir imprint, Du sang sur ses lèvres and Excellence Poulet.

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J’haïs les Anglais

J’haïs les Anglais

The Plains of Abraham. The Durham Report. The War Measures Act. Conscription. Stephen Harper. The Orangemen. Rob Ford… The narrator of J’haïs les Anglais has plenty of reasons to hate “the English,” his catch-all term for anyone who speaks the language of Yes, No, Toaster that he can’t understand.

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