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The endless knot : a Joanne Kilbourn mystery —Bowen, Gail, 1942-

A journalist publishes a sensational book on the lives of thirteen adult children of prominent Canadians, and bitterness, recriminations, legal proceedings and murder are the results.

Who has seen the wind —Mitchell, W. O. (William Ormond), 1914-1998.

As we enter the world of four-year-old Brian OConnal, his father the druggist, his Uncle Sean, his mother, and his formidable Scotch grandmother (she belshesa lot), it soon becomes clear that this is no ordinary book. As...

Small reckonings : a novel —Melberg Schwier, Karin, 1959- author.

Small Reckonings is a work of historical prairie fiction set in the 1920s and 30s, and recently won the Saskatchewan Writers Guild John V. Hicks Award for Long Fiction. The Hicks jury consisted of Canadian fiction writer...

When we had sled dogs : a story from the trapline = ācimowin ohci wanihikīskanāhk —Tremblay, Ida, author.

Takes readers young and old on a journey into the past when dog teams were part of the traditional way of life in Northern Saskatchewan. Inspired by Elder Ida Tremblay's childhood memories, and told in English with Woodl...

The brutal heart —Bowen, Gail, 1942-. author

Joanne Kilbourn investigates the murder of a prostitute whose client list included the name of Joanne's new husband, Zach.

20.12m : a short story collection of a life lived as a Road Allowance Métis —Dufour Bowes, Arnolda, 1974- author.

"20.12m: A Short Story Collection of a Life Lived as a Road Allowance Métis celebrates and acknowledges the humble living conditions of Métis Road Allowance families and it exemplifies their grit and tenacity to surviv...

The crazy man —Porter, Pamela, 1956-

Twelve-year old Emaline, living on a wheat farm in Saskatchewan, must deal with a family that is falling apart.

Want —Langhorst, Barbara, 1958- author.

"A novel about interior design, family and mental illness set on the Prairies"-- Provided by publisher.

The glass coffin : a Joanne Kilbourn mystery —Bowen, Gail, 1942-

A friend's impending wedding to a filmmaker whose first two wives committed suicide fills Joanne Kilbourn with dread. And her instincts prove accurate; blood will flow!.

Wild rose —Butala, Sharon, 1940- author.
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In this epic story of The West, now long gone, we witness Sophie's journey from underloved child in religion-bound rural Quebec, to headstrong young woman, to exhausted homesteader, to deserted bride and mother, to indep...

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