Owl And The Lost Boy by Amy Wilson

Owl seems like a normal girl, going to school and hanging out with her best friend Mallory, but she's actually the daughter of a mortal and Jack Frost. When Summer seems literally endless and Owl can't get to the world of the fae, she teams up with her old friend Mallory to figure out what's …

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The Windsor Knot by SJ Bennett

Queen Elizabeth wakes at Windsor Castle to find that there's been a murder. A Russian entertainer who was amusing her guests the night before has been found dead, under unsavory circumstances. While the people around her think it was an assassination by someone from his own country, the plucky Queen sets out to solve the …

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The Innocent Dead (Rhona MacLeod #15) by Lin Anderson

Karen is struggling following the recent death of her husband, and might be starting to remember something about the events of years ago, but can she trust her mind not to play tricks on her? Meanwhile, two swimmers find the body of a girl left in the peat bog. The preserved remains could be the …

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I Want To Be Where The Normal People Are by Rachel Bloom

Curl up with a good book and some homemade pumpkin bread. Rachel Bloom is the creator of the TV show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and this book is a collection of writings on what normal is. Or rather, the fact that everyone thinks that they or their life is weird, and that out there somewhere is Normal. …

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The Woman Outside My Door by Rachel Ryan

Georgina's little boy has a new imaginary friend. But there's something wrong about this friend. For a start, he calls her New Granny, which is strange and uncomfortable because Georgina is still reeling from the death of her mother. She is also under a lot of pressure with work, study, and some relationship problems. When …

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Extraordinary Canadians: Stories From The Heart Of Our Nation by Peter Mansbridge with Mark Bulgutch

Extraordinary Canadians is a series of interviews written in the first person, so that reading it feels like each interviewee telling their own story to the reader. The authors names might sound familiar: Mansbridge is the former anchor of The National and Bulgutch was a producer at CBC. I was curious about this book and …

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