"O Canada"

Monday October 10th was Thanksgiving in Canada. I am thankful for these books by Canadian authors:

Still life / Louise Penny

Still life / Louise Penny

Chief Inspector Armand Gamache of Canada's Sûreté du Quebec is called to Three Pines, a tiny hamlet south of Montreal, just north of the U.S. border, to investigate the suspicious hunting "accident" that claimed the life of Jane Neal, a local fixture in the village.

The calling / Inger Ash Wolfe

The calling / Inger Ash Wolfe

When a terminally ill woman is found brutally murdered in her home, Detective Inspector Hazel Micallef tracks a terrifying serial killer, who targets terminally ill victims whose bodies are found drained of blood with their mouths sculpted into strange shapes.

Oryx and Crake : a novel / Margaret Atwood

Oryx and Crake : a novel / Margaret Atwood

A novel of the future explores a world that has been devastated by ecological and scientific disasters.

The outlander : a novel / Gil Adamson

The outlander : a novel / Gil Adamson

Fleeing the law in 1903 after killing her husband, Mary Boulton races toward the mountains while being tormented by visions about the cold-blooded brothers-in-law who pursue her, a situation that forces her to retreat deeper into the wilds of the West and her own imagination.

A matter of class / Mary Balogh

A matter of class / Mary Balogh

After his father forces him to become engaged to Lady Annabelle Ashton, a woman who has been disgraced by a scandal, Reginald Mason finds that his new fiancâee shares his resentment toward the impending marriage.

 

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