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A Mystery in Naples
In trying to uncover why Francesca Nobili killed herself, this mystery novel searches the politically...
Vanishing Villages
Clement Marchand is a seminal figure in Quebec literature, standing at the crossroads between the...
Stone Woman
Stone Woman is a saga of Blossom's unconventional family of five women, whose lives are...
Lucia's Eyes and Other Stories
The resistance of the human spirit in face of time, disloyalty, and oblivion is the...
Infertility Rites
Mary Melfi's first novel explores the emotional trauma of infertility and its resulting marital conflicts....
Girls Closed In
In this novel from a Quebecois feminist writer, a shy sixteen-year-old falls in love with...
Charlotte--a gifted but broken jazz singer--has found security and support under the roof of an overbearing French patroness of the arts, only to become trapped by her own dependence. There are no bars on the windows and no locks on the doors, but Charlotte is very much a prisoner in an opulent but unsympathetic world in which her self-worth is contingent on her voice. When the irresponsible and headstrong Theo re-enters her life after thirteen years, she is compelled, finally, to choose between complacency and autonomy.

"And she was grateful for the silence in her mouth that made room for the sound in her head."

Suzanne Chiasson
A Hunger Artist and Other Stories; Poems and Songs of Love
Land for Fatimah
After the Fireworks
Accidental Genius: The Pantheon of Modern American Poets
Rust Is a Form of Fire
The Canadian Duce
Mad Hatter
The King of the Sea Monkeys
The Four Roads Hotel
The Magic Dogs of San Vicente
Amor, Amor