A mother's pain. A million dollars. A missing son. Desperate to right old wrongs, a new client hires Russell Quant to locate her son, Matthew, lost to her for twenty years. But can money relieve remorse? Through good old-fashioned detective work, Russell peels away the layers of a carefully... More Info
After narrowly escaping death while solving her last case, the Toronto PI is settling happily into married life with her new wife, Jess. Once again, however, trouble is looming: Jess wants a baby but Calli would rather fight a psycho with a gun than contemplate parenthood.When an old school friend... More Info
Women are expected to embrace the beautiful gift of becoming a Mommy. Giving birth, nourishing our young these things are the fulfillment of a life 's ambition. You ll be spoken of in the same breath as patriotism and apple pie. There you ll be: on a pedestal, admired, happy. All you have to do is... More Info
This Is Not For You tells the story of a young woman in the late 1950s and early 1960s as she negotiates her lesbian sexuality. This epistolary lament - an unsent letter to a lover who was never quite a lover - depicts New York and London and a group of friends as they search, sometimes in vain,... More Info
Bird Eat Bird, Katrina Best's first book of short stories,is a funny, smart, offbeat, and insightful collection thatexplores themes that are equally poignant and hilarious:a middle-aged Cockfosters housewife decides totravel to Albuquerque in search of enlightenment; athirty-year-old woman who... More Info
Told from the perspective of six characters, this story of art and sex set in Vancouver in the 1970s highlights the choices and motivations of a writer, a portrait painter, a sculptor, and a sound musician as they struggle with the mores of their time and their community. Original.
The Bunchofuckingoofs were born in 1984. They were a punk band. An art collective. A bicycle gang. They were anti-establishment, anti-consumerism, and lived totally D.I.Y. They played music, made their own clothes, and lived commune-style at Fort Goof. Their name even made it onto the Berlin Wall.... More Info