Monthly Archives: June 2013

Canadian Mystery Writers Successful Worldwide

I recently read a fascinating article by Greg Quill on the the Toronto Star website which confirmed what librarians have been aware of for several years – the mass appeal of Canadian mystery writers.  Agent Michael Levine notes that there are 20 mystery … Continue reading

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Just the right pairing of light reading and an emotionally charged story: Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

The topic of assisted suicide has resurfaced in the media with a few publicized cases as of late. Art imitates life as they say, and this is the case with Jojo Moyes latest book, Me Before You. The story is … Continue reading

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Summer Book Clubs @ GPL

Beach reading season is almost here, so join us for one of the GPL Summer Book Clubs! Held throughout July and August, have the opportunity to read some great books, meet new people and spend some time in your community. … Continue reading

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Man Booker International Prize 2013

There are many individuals who believe that a book that wins a literary award is not eminently more readable or satisfying than any other book they may select on their own.  A couple of my book club members recently questioned … Continue reading

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