Newsletter: My Favourite Series by Jack
This essay will explore some of my favourite series. To my surprise, all feature male protagonists and are British in origin, which doubtless says a lot about my reading tastes. Be warned. read more
Newsletter: Greatest Hits of Scottish Crime Fiction by Catherine Macdonald
On Saturday, May 2nd, we were lucky enough to have Catherine Macdonald, author of Put on the Armour of Light, in the store volunteering for Authors for Indies day. She was one of 692 authors volunteering in 123 independent bookstores across Canada to help us sell books and make recommendations. In the afternoon, Catherine gave a short talk describing some of the Scottish crime novels she had discovered doing research for her second novel. Here they are! read more
Newsletter: Summer Reading by Wendy
Sometimes all one needs is an easy read, a page turner that does not require too much thought. Here are a few suggestions that I have read recently that might suit an afternoon or evening on the deck or dock. read more
Newsletter: The Disappearing Mid-list by Michael
As we enter the summer, more and more we have visitors who are coming to WhoDunit? to stock up on their vacation/cottage reading. For many of those visitors, that means looking, in new or used, for their favourite guilty pleasure authors. read more
Newsletter: British Library Crime Classics by Wendy
We have recently started to stock a series of mystery titles re-issued by the British Library. read more
Newsletter: What I'm Reading by Sian
I alluded last newsletter that I had an opportunity to expand my reading horizons and now I can tell you all about it. I was asked to be a judge for the 2015 Arthur Ellis Awards presented by the Crime Writers of Canada in the Best First Novel category. read more
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