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Fast but disturbing read in Toronto resident Jennifer Hillier’s Jar of Hearts

Fast read, great characters, horrific details in this thriller set today and 14 years in the past.

Twists, turns and false trails in B.A. Paris’ thriller Bring Me Back

Twists, turns, false trails. This book will keep you guessing.

Chevy Stevens’ thriller Never Let You Go suspenseful right from the start

During a book slump last year, I picked up British Columbia author Chevy Stevens' book Those Girls ($13.99, St. Martin's Press), and just like that I was back to reading about a couple of books a month. When Raincoast Books... Continue Reading →

Reviewing The Meaning of Michelle (Obama) – and trying to learn about the person behind the first lady title

I am not a political person. That is not to say I don't know politics or don't have an opinion about it, it's just that it doesn't consume me. I listen, a watch, and I vote. Being Canadian, my political... Continue Reading →

It’s beginning to look like Christmas – books celebrating the snow

I like winter, particularly when I don't have to drive in it. And there is nothing like the first big dumping of snow of the season – everything is clean, white and beautiful. Last night we got about three inches... Continue Reading →

Q&A with Toronto author Emil Sher about Young Man With Camera

It was the neat concept – a book with photos supposedly taken by the main character – the encouraged me to read Young Man With Camera. It was T-, the main character himself, that kept me reading. I am sure... Continue Reading →

Q&A with Miss Emily writer Nuala O’Connor

Reviews: Go Set a Watchman and all things To Kill a Mockingbird and Harper Lee and graphic novels

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