Kings River Life says Cathy Ace's new Cait Morgan mystery has "An intriguing premise...Traditionalists will enjoy this mystery that plays with classic mystery conventions while also celebrating everything that makes Las Vegas so unique."
Congratulations to all the winners of the Taste Canada Food Writing Awards! We were honoured to have our very own Bill Jones nominated along side Canada's greatest food writers!
Don Graves of Canadian Mystery Reviews is a big fan of the new Sherri Travis Mystery: "This is by and far the best book by Phyllis Smallman I've read to date. All of her novels show professional control over the devices ... but Martini Regrets simply took a good story line and rode it to a great ending. This should be a breakout book for her..."
"The fourth Casey Holland Mystery is an enjoyable tale starring a caring, nice (perhaps too nice) heroine who suffers bumps and bruises while working two violent cases. Harder for Casey than the assault on her body is the "attack" on her mind by her ward. Readers will dive into The Deep End even with no water in the pool." —Harriet Klausner on Debra Purdy Kong's newest mystery
"With a room full of suspects and clues hidden in the minutiae of what surrounds them, this is a fantastic piece of work that begins and ends with a throng of life being held in one’s own hand" —Drusbookmusing.com on Cathy Ace's new Cait Morgan Mystery, The Corpse with the Platinum Hair
A big congratulations to the winners of the Victoria Book Prizes, M.A.C. Farrant and Daneil Loxton. We are so honoured to have had one of our own nominated beside you. Michael Layland was in wonderful company.
"Jennifer Bain's latest book goes way beyond being your every day bison cookbook ... It's the balance between the stories and recipes (every recipe includes an interesting introduction) that makes this book worth having." —Amazon review of Buffalo Girl Cooks Bison
Did you catch Julie Van Rosendaal on CTV Morning Live in Calgary this morning? Have a gander if you missed it, and keep your eyes open—Julie will be on a four more morning shows in the next few weeks!
"Terror on the Alert is a superb novel written with style and confidence ... I recommend this book to anyone who has an interest in a story with a naval setting, and drama on the high seas." —The Dog Watch, official newsletter of the Naval Officers' Association of British Columbia
The recent discovery of one of the lost Sir John Franklin expedition ships is absolutely incredible! This is wonderful news for Canada and Canadians alike. If you're itching for more information about Sir John Franklin and the fate of his doomed expedition, check out John Rae's Arctic Correspondence: 1844–1855, wherein you'll read Rae's orignal report of cannablism in Franklin's men.
A dark and noisy shadow in an Alberta B&B, a once successful mariner lingering in a Victoria-area home, a playful ghost in the Hell's Gate Airtram gift shop.
Whether you believe or not—whether you’re open-minded or objective—the stories in Robert C. Belyk's newest Eerie Encounters book will have you looking over your shoulder in the dark, and questioning that noise in the basement.
A fisherman, commercial diver, and observer-at-sea, Bruce Burrows' work is inspired by the ocean and it's habitants.
In his novels, The Fourth Betrayal (October 14), and The River Killers, his characters unearth conspiracies that endanger both the habitants and the environment of the BC coastline, and fight to overcome the government agencies that have been corrupted.
We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada
through the Canada Book Fund (CBF), a part of the Department of Canadian Heritage, the Canada Council for the Arts and the BC Arts Council.