Long Weekend Hours! Open Sunday!
For the upcoming Victoria Day long weekend, we'll be open regular hours Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We will be closed Monday. Come visit and pick up some weekend reading! read more
Want to sell us used books? Read this first!
We're currently suffering from an embarrassment of riches in terms of our used books. While we evaluate our stock to decide whether or not we need to create a 'No Buy' list, we would ask that you call (204-284-9100) or email (email@example.com) in advance before bringing in used books to sell back to us so we can confirm a good time for you to come in. read more
1. Atherton, Nancy, Aunt Dimity and the Village Witch
2. Albert, Susan Witig, Cat's Claw
3. Cook, J.J., That Old Flame of Mine
4. Townsend, Kari Lee, Trouble in the Tarot
5. Kanon, Joseph, Prodigal Spy.
6. Blake, Heather, The... read more
Newsletter: Victoria Abbott by Wendy
You may have noticed right up there at the beginning of the most recent mass market volumes, a new author Victoria Abbot. The title of this book is The Christie Curse and the second in the series The Sayers Swindle will be coming in December, 2013. read more
Newsletter: Review: Etiquette and Espionage by Gaill Carriger
14 year old Sophronia Temminnick is a lively tomboy who prefers dismantling clocks and playing pranks over etiquette, which is the most important thing in her household. read more
Staff Review - Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer by John Grisham
Theodore Boone is an ambitious 13-year-old who has a peculiar passion for legal matters. He acquired this interest through his parents, who are both respected lawyers. I?d consider this a classic John Grisham novel that has... read more
Recommended by Jack: Mamur Zapt
As I recently watched with growing fascination the televised events in Cairo, I was reminded that I knew quite a lot about the earlier history of Egypt of a century ago, thanks to the wonderful crime... read more
Review: The Poison Door by Steve Malley
We had a customer in the store last week looking for some paperbacks to keep him going on the flight to New Zealand. The chat was how New Zealand was supposed to be like British Columbia... read more
Wednesday Review: Pronto and Riding the Rap by Elmore Leonard
Elmore Leonard has long been considered one of the greatest of the American mystery writers. However, he is not really a writer of series. With a few exceptions, his characters do not reappear, and if they do, it is... read more
Mini Review: A Glimpse of Evil by Victoria Laurie
Many of you know that I'm a big fan of Victoria Laurie, particularly of her 'Abby Cooper, Psychic Eye' series. Needless to say, I was thrilled when home for the last long weekend that the new... read more
Review: The Kingdom Beyond The Waves - Stephen Hunt
One of the first books which I wrote about for this newsletter was the genre-defying Court of Air, Hunts' first offering in his Jackelian series. The Kingdom Beyond the Waves, which sees the return of several... read more
Review: The Moneypenny Diaries: Final Fling by Kate Westbrook
I think that we can all agree that the mark of a really good book is an ending that really stays with you. But what makes a really special book is an ending that you can... read more
Review: The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson
Being fairly new to the murder-mystery genre, I wasn't expecting much from Stieg Larsson's "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo". By the last page, I was dying to read the next in the trilogy and saddened... read more
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