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Canada Alone: Navigating the Post-American World

Recommended for all political science and global studies collections.

Exploring Toronto: A Guide to 28 Unique Public Spaces

A fresh and intimate perspective on Toronto not found in traditional guidebooks and an excellent complement to travel collections for this region. It gives tourists, locals, and armchair travelers the opportunity to explore distinctive public spots around the city.

Famous for a Time: Forgotten Giants of Canadian Sport

An engaging book that looks at the link between sports, race, class, and nation building.

Your Place or Mine? Practical Advice for Developing a Co-Parenting Arrangement After Separation

Full of helpful links and information, this manual will no doubt be helpful for many trying to figure out the terrain of co-parenting. One caveat is that the legal advice is centered around the Canadian system, so U.S. readers may need to do some of their own digging.

The Ghosts That Haunt Me: Memories of a Homicide Detective

True crime readers will likely have a difficult time putting the book down.

Deadly Triangle: The Famous Architect, His Wife, Their Chauffeur, and Murder Most Foul

In spite of its flaws, this book is likely to appeal to true-crime fans. Goldenberg’s style titillates with the skill of a good gossip columnist, armed with the tools of both a criminalist and a historian.

The New Wedding Book: A Guide to Ditching All the Rules

From engagement to happily-ever-after, this is a practical “you do you” primer, peppered with four-letter words.

The Son of the House

In cinematic prose, debut author and women’s rights attorney Onyemelukwe-Onuobia unveils the contradictions between tribal traditions and colonial English laws affecting marriage and parenthood, while imbuing her characters with the canny ability to overcome the system’s liabilities and to thrive. With its strong feminist themes, this 2019 winner of an International Fiction Award in Sharjah will resonate with smart discussion groups.

Five Ways To Disappear

This mystery has dark elements that contrast with the beautiful locale; it will please fans of the series, as well as those who appreciate noir novels in general. The characters are well developed, with their faults laid out for readers. The several strands of the plot are all brought together quite acceptably in the denouement, except for Cal’s earlier crime, which is left to readers’ imagination; the author intends this to be the last book in the series.

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