The people of a small reserve on Canada's west coast grapple with a horrific crime, the result of inter-generational trauma caused by the residential school system, and overcome it by means of their traditions and own system of laws and punishment.
Lorato lives a comfortable but lonely life in her retirement years, alone in the home her husband had built in their rural village on the Kalahari in southern Africa. She becomes a grandmother when she adopts Lesedi after the death of a neighbour of from HIV-related causes. Then six more children... More Info
2000. Nina Vassileva has no desire for martyrdom. But despite the long Russian shadows, corruption, and violent misogyny infesting her 'new' Ukraine, she dedicates herself to uncaging the better angels of the republic. It proves a dangerous mission. Cruelly kidnapped into sex slavery in Birmingham,... More Info
Completed shortly before her early death, Bronwen Wallace did not live to see the publication of this, her only book of fiction. Capturing the moment when her unique talent blossomed in a new direction, this new edition of her life-affirming, universal stories will allow her to be read by a another... More Info