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Out of Muskoka (softcover)
by James K. Bartleman
Viciously assaulted in a South African hotel room, James Bartleman underwent a prolonged period of post-traumatic stress. The resulting memoir by Ontario's former lieutenant governor looks at race relations, while exploring the author's mixed ancestry.
by Adrian Hayes
Francis Pegahmagabow was a remarkable aboriginal leader who served his nation in time of war and his people in time of peace—fighting all the way. In wartime he volunteered to be a warrior. In peacetime he had no option.
Raisin Wine
by James K. Bartleman
Jim Bartleman tells of the boy who started out in a dilapidated house with outdoor toilet and coal oil-lamp lighting, forming a future ambassador for Canada, advisor to Prime Minister Chretien, Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario, and award-winning writer.
The Roads of Go Home Lake
by Christina Kilbourne
The Roads of Go Home Lake is a novel of heritage and blood, it is a novel of courage and healing, it is a novel of inner growth and universal hope.
Where Lives Take Root
by Christina Kilbourne
Where Lives Take Root is a re-write of Kilbourne’s award-winning debut novel, Day of the Dog-tooth Violets. It is aimed at young adults, but will also be enjoyed by readers of adult literary fiction.
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