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1. Tragic Magic - Laura Childs

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Carmela, owner of the Memory Mine scrapbook shop, has been asked by Melody Mayfeldt to help convert an old mansion into an unforgettable haunted house for those who flock to New Orleans for the horror convention.

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2. God Doesn't Believe in Atheists (Large Print 16pt) - Ray Comfort

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This book proves to atheists that they don't exist, reveals to agnostics their true motives, and strengthens the faith of the believers. This book answers questions such as 'Who made God?' and 'Where did Cain get his wife?' The book uses humor, reason, and logic to send a powerful message. Here are some reactions from atheists who read the book . . .

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3. The Secret Life of Glenn Gould A Genius in Love (Large Print 16pt) - Michael Clarkson

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Long after his death, Glenn Gould still lures new listeners to his piano, connecting with them on a haunting, personal level. ''He feels and you feel,'' says young New York writer Nicole Spectre. ''I can feel his pain and joy - it touches me. He speaks directly to me.'' But when he was known as the world's greatest pianist in the 1950s and 1960s, just who was Gould playing for? His audience? Himself? His demanding mother? All are likely true, but he was also richly inspired by - and bared his soul at the keyboard to - a secret society of women, the girlfriends who stirred his hard - to - fetch emotions: Franny Batchen, Verna Sandercock, Cornelia Foss, Roxolana Roslak, and Monica Gaylord. Of the eighteen books and nineteen documentaries by or about the most compelling virtuoso of the twentieth century, none have contained details about Gould's many love affairs and how they affected his life, his music, and his filmmaking. Until now, biographers have tried to explain what came out of the music box, not the engine that drove it. The vault to his private life has remained locked since his untimely death in 1982 because of his obsessions with privacy and controlling his image, the loyalty of his carefully chosen friends and lovers, and the choice that biographers made to focus safely on his music and eccentricities. The Secret Life of Glenn Gould will be the first true expos of Gould, who until now has been assumed to be asexual, lonely, and egocentric, by examining his love and soul - mate relationships. His music was twelve - tonal and his documentaries ''contrapuntal'' - both were filled with overlapping voices - and so was his private life.

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4. The Semiconducting Dictionary (Our Strindberg) (Large Print 16pt) - Natalee Caple

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'The Semiconducting Dictionary: Our Strindberg is a playful original re - visioning of the life of notorious misogynist and modern drama master August Strindberg, mixing prose and poetry of various forms from different historical periods including straightforward lyric, found poetry, haibun, list poems, magic spells, and alchemical recipes to construct a portrait and to tell a story.
August Strindberg is a hotly debated figure, a master of the Modern theatre and a contemporary of Ibsen; the influence of Strindberg's work continues to this day. However, in contemporary times his often outrageous misanthropy and misogyny (he claimed that women were demons) have been variously apologized for as poetic licence, self - portrait, critical posture, or simply mistaken (how could he be a misogynist when there were so many women in his life?). Caple contributes to the apologist literature surrounding him by pretending that he was actually a woman playwright living as a man and his supposed hatred either part of the disguise or else self - loathing. By embracing Strindberg, Caple is able to highlight the excessive beauty of human complications and to represent a world at the end of the enlightenment, as the magic of the church gave way to the magic of the sciences.''

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5. Dyson's Drop Book 2 in the Maximus Black Files (Large Print 16pt) - Paul Collins

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'In a galaxy of cutthroat companies, shadowy clans and a million agendas, spy agency RIM barely wields enough control to keep order. Maximus Black is RIM's star cadet. But he has a problem. One of RIM's best agents, Anneke Longshadow, knows there's a mole in the organisation. And Maximus has a lot to hide...''

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6. One Bloody Thing After Another (Large Print 16pt) - Joey Comeau

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Jackie has a map of the city on the wall of her bedroom, with a green pin for each of her trees. She has a first - kiss tree and a broken - arm tree. She has a car - accident tree. There is a tree at the hospital where Jackie's mother passed away into the long good night. When one of them gets cut down, Jackie doesn't know what to do but she doesn't let that stop her. She picks up the biggest rock she can carry and puts it through the window of a car. Smash. She intends to leave before the police arrive, but they're early. Ann is Jackie's best friend, but she's got problems of her own. Her mother is chained up in the basement. How do you bring that up in casual conversation? ''Oh, sorry I've been so distant, Jackie. My mother has more teeth than she's supposed to, and she won't eat anything that's already dead.'' Ann and her sister Margaret don't have much of a choice here. Their mother needs to be fed. It isn't easy but this is family. It's not supposed to be easy. It'll be okay as long as Margaret and Ann still have each other. Add in a cantankerous old man, his powerfully stupid dog, a headless ghost, a lesbian crush and a few unsettling visits from Jackie's own dead mother, and you'll find that One Bloody Thing After Another is a different sort of horror novel from the ones you're used to. It's as sad and funny as it is frightening, and it is as much about the way families rely on each other as it is about blood being drooled on the carpet. Though, to be honest, there is a lot of blood being drooled on the carpet.

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7. The Beach An Illustrated History from the Lake to Kingston Road (Large Print 16pt) - Jean Cochrane, Glenn Cochrane

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Glenn and Jean Cochrane have lived in Toronto's Beach area for thirty - eight years - which sounds like a lifetime but really leaves them as a relative newcomers. Like many of the area's residents, the Cochranes are convinced that once someone moves to the Beach, they'll never leave. From Kingston Road right down to the Boardwalk, the Beach is a Toronto oasis. Here, the boardwalk stretches along the lake creating a calm, outdoor atmosphere unlike any other part of the city. The streets and shops are busy with pedestrians, dogs, and strollers, and in the summers are packed with people from all over: picnickers, sunbathers, and outdoor sports enthusiasts. The Beach is the perfect introduction to the life and history of this unique area of Toronto. This is the Cochranes' personal take on everything they have learned about the area over the past four decades, and through their words and collected photos, readers will share in their delightful discoveries.

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8. Overqualified (Large Print 16pt) - Joey Comeau

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OVERQUALIFIED's cover letters are like a slap in the face, but the slap is hilarious, and you can't stop laughing, and as soon as it's over you want to tell all your friends about the slap.
You know the kind?'' - Ryan North, Dinosaur Comics ''Joey Comeau's OVERQUALIFIED is Judy Blume's ARE YOU THERE, GOD? IT'S ME, MARGARET as chewed up and spit out by J. G. Ballard. . . . A book whose melancholy is leavened by a surprising hilarity - Paul Di Filippo, author of THE STEAMPUNK TRILOGY and COSMOCOPIA Cover letters are all the same. They're useless. You write the same lies over and over again, listing the store - bought parts of yourself that you respect the least. God knows how they tell anyone apart, but this is how it's done.
And then one day a car comes out of nowhere, and suddenly everything changes and you don't know if he'll ever wake up. You get out of bed in the morning, and when you sit down to write another paint - by - numbers cover letter, something entirely different comes out.
You start threatening instead of begging. You tell impolite jokes. You talk about your childhood and your sexual fantasies. You sign your real name and you put yourself honestly into letter after letter and there is no way you are ever going to get this job. Not with a letter like this.
And you send it anyway.

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9. The Chamberlain Case The Legal Saga That Transfixed the Nation (Large Print 16pt) - Ken Crispin

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A baby disappears from a tent near Uluru in the sandy desert of central Australia. The Aboriginal trackers say she has been taken by a dingo. But amidst a melange of sinister rumours, suspicion falls on the parents, Lindy and Michael Chamberlain. There are no eyewitnesses, no body, no confession, no motive - and, apparently, credible evidence of their innocence. Yet the mother is convicted of murder; her husband, of concealing her crime. The case captures the public imagination like no other in Australia's history, and virtually divides the nation. Two appeals fail, and Lindy spends more than three years in prison before being released pending a royal commission. The convictions are quashed, but more than three decades pass before there is a finding that little Azaria was actually taken by a dingo. Ken Crispin, QC, appeared for the Chamberlains at the royal commission. In The Chamberlain Case, he provides an authoritative account of this saga, against a backdrop of Aboriginal spirituality and the Chamberlains' own religious beliefs. He examines the case against them at the trial, and the evidence that subsequently emerged - blood, dingoes, clothing, tracks - and he asks disturbing questions. Why were so many people convinced they were guilty? How could our legal system have failed? And could any of us fall victim to a similar miscarriage of justice?

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10. Harbinger (Large Print 16pt) - Peta Crake

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As an Olympic messenger, suburban Aussie girl Ophelia Lind is used to being at the beck and call of the gods. But when gorgeous demigod Aden moves into her neighbourhood and starts taking advantage of her services, Ophelia believes life could not get any worse. She's about to be proven very wrong. Ophelia tries to enjoy a normal, everyday life while running messages for the Greek gods - but without warning an odious creature - evil incarnate - begins to stalk her. As a messenger dealing with the all - powerful and sometimes frightening gods, Ophelia is accustomed to adventures and scrapes. But this is different. Even Aden, who is madly and deeply in love with Ophelia, finds it difficult to protect her. Suddenly Ophelia is in a battle for survival and begins to question everything - her upbringing, her identity, and her true feelings for the alluring and entirely frustrating Aden. Harbinger is a terrific romance laced with humour, danger and adventure. The deeply likeable, unstoppable Ophelia takes us on a quest that puts all the memories she holds dear - and her own heart - at risk.

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11. Cityglitter (Large Print 16pt) - Carla Caruso

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Christelle is like any other 20 - something living in Sydney - except for one huge secret. She enjoys cocktails with girlfriends, luxury brand launches, gossip and shopping. For an added touch of spice, there's also the sizzling connection with her new boss, the gorgeous Jasper. Then Christelle's younger sister, the hapless and na ve Trixie Fifi Panache, arrives unannounced, and things begin to fall apart. Not only does Christelle have to deal with her sister's exploits and embarrassing mistakes, but she also has to live with the fear that her escapades will reveal the truth: Christelle and Trixie are half fairy, half human, and hidden beneath their clothes are a pair of gorgeous wings. To make matters worse, Christelle has fallen for Jasper, but knows that taking the relationship any further threatens exposure. And no love could survive that, could it? Cityglitter is a charming, magical romance that leaves in its wake a glitter of fairy dust. With inner - city fabulousness and sophistication, this fun celebration of love will add more than a touch of sparkle to your life.

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12. Grieving My Pilgrimage of Love: Engaging Grief for Healing and Hope (Large Print 16pt) - Gary L. Crawford

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Grief is both a process and a journey of hope. Dr. Crawford writes about grief and its power to hurt or to heal. This is his personal, transparent journey through the grief he experienced after losing his wife. It is written from the trenches, not from the pulpit, and the poignancy of the book is found in its realness and raw honesty. The reader will learn how to: Face grief head on; Grieve in a healthy way; Love well in the midst of grief; Make practical decisions while grieving; Use grief as a teacher of spiritual growth; Help others along the way. This moving book is a love story and a practical guidebook. Everyone faces loss. Everyone is in need of hope and positive influence. Every person needs support. Grieving - a Pilgrimage of Love meets these needs in wonderful ways. It is a book for everyone.

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13. Gutted (Large Print 16pt) - Evie Christie

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Gutted, Evie Christie's powerful and harrowing debut, pulses with the rhythms of life, loss, and love. Energized with the language of now and the wide scope of popular culture, while dwelling in Yeats' ''foul rag and bone shop of the heart'' - a world where needs are unfulfilled and passions unrequited (or worse) - it also manages to revel in the beauty of fragility and discover awe in the smallest things. Depictions of alcoholism and sex contrast with scenes of contented domesticity; questions of faith stand in counterpoint to the harsher realities of pornography and violence. Lovers, friends, family, and strangers play an equal part in shaping these sharply barbed observations, fleshing out the typically unseen and unspoken dramas of both small town and urban existence. From out of ''an anarchy of conventional process'' comes Evie Christie's stunning, original observations - because despite the searing and sometimes controversial themes, this is essentially love poetry - the kind that will leave your ''heart plundered, hands lifted, gutted.''

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14. The Biker Trials Bringing Down the Hells Angels (Large Print 16pt) - Paul Cherry

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The Quebec - chartered ''Nomad'' chapter of the Hells Angels had two specific goals: to monopolize the Quebec drug trade; and to expand that trade across other parts of Canada. Their war against rival dealer gangs escalated to a boiling point, taking the lives of dozens of gangsters and innocent people as it played itself out openly on Montreal's streets. Little did the Nomads know that at the height of achieving their goals, they would also be months away from a lengthy police investigation to shut them down. The trials that followed revealed seven years of conflict and murder initiated by Maurice ''Mom'' Boucher, the man who was at the epicentre of this war. One criminal trial in particular turned out to be one of the longest in Canadian history. It meant convincing a jury to accept the notion that a biker gang works on the same principle as a pirate ship - even the cook knows what their common goal is. The ''biker trials'' brought out informants on both sides of the conflict, who, for a variety of reasons had turned on the gangs they had previously sworn loyalty to. Their testimonies revealed the arrogance of the Nomads in their pursuit of a monopoly over Quebec's illegal drug trade. Now, Cherry reveals the inside story of the biker culture and the biker trials.

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15. The Complete Lockpick Pornography (Large Print 16pt) - Joey Comeau

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Now in one volume, Lockpick Pornography and its thematic sequel, We all Got it Coming
Lockpick Pornography is a genderqueer adventure story, and We All Got It Coming is about a young couple dealing with the aftermath of an act of violence. From kidnapping the son of a ''family values'' politician in Lockpick Pornography to the violent confrontation of We All Got It Coming, these are characters who fight back. Comeau explores the effects of prejudice and the ramifications of violence with his signature mix of unhinged humour and unexpected tenderness.

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16. The Bourgeois Empire (Large Print 16pt) - Evie Christie

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Everything should stay as it is, or you will lose everything, and that's how it is for everyone.
Today was a day for getting along, liver - healing, a cocktail party and a faster wireless connection that tolerates renovated turn - of - the - century walls and allows Candy Cane (or Coconut?) to become a part of your afternoon en suite bathroom caucus. Life is not good, but it feels good, on occasion, baby, is what you might type.

- from The Bourgeois Empire

Paranoia, pills, and torrent after torrent of glorious porn. A marriage devoid of both sex and emotion. A broken hand, a perpetually surreal home reno, a dying dog.
For Jules, a successful professional with a wife and kids, all of this would be manageable - if it wasn't for Charlie. Because fifteen - year - old girls, dear reader, are something different entirely.
Jules is obsessed with a teenager - he's falling head over heels and attempting to arrest the march of time. He's a man, dammit - a man's man, a guy's guy - and that's all that matters.
The Bourgeois Empire, Evie Christie's first novel, is a Nabokovian fever dream, an encyclopedic guide to mortal sin, and a thoroughly contemporary reimagining of Billy Wilder's classic film The Lost Weekend. And yes, of course, it's a love story too.

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17. How I Came to Haunt My Parents (Large Print 16pt) - Natalee Caple

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How I Came to Haunt My Parents is storytelling for parents on the verge of a nervous breakdown. In this beautifully written suite of short fiction Natalee Caple explores fables from the dark side of adulthood and imagines what moral Aesop may have offered to a mother who gave birth to a murderous dictator. Caple's animals and humans are imbued with modern complexity as they confront sex, death, and history, but her stories are as witty as they are profoundly lucid. How I Came to Haunt My Parents is proof of Caple's status as one of the great prose stylists currently writing. Praise for Natalee Caple: ''Moving...unsettling.'' - The New York Times on The Heart Has Its Own Reason ''A brilliant story - teller.'' - D.M. Thomas, author of The White Hotel ''Natalee Caple writes with sensual and captivating detail of people whose dreams drive them to unanticipated extremities.'' - Catherine Bush, author of The Rules of Engagement

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18. You Can't Always Get What You Want My Life with the Rolling Stones, the Grateful Dead (Large Print 16pt) - Sam Cutler

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Sam Cutler was tour manager for the Rolling Stones at some of their major gigs in the late sixties, including the infamous concert at Altamont where a man was murdered by a Hells Angel in front of the stage while the Stones played on. After the show, Sam was left behind to make peace with the Hells Angels, the various mobsters and organizations who had taken an overt interest in the event, and the people of America. There has never been an official investigation into events at Altamont and those involved have never before spoken on record. Sam Cutler has decided that it is time to put to rest the myths and legends that have grown up around this infamous event in rock history and for the first time reveal the truth. Sam survived Altamont and went on to live the ultimate rock and roll dream. This is also his own account of the high ol' times he had managing tours for San Francisco band the Grateful Dead - who went on to become the world's most successful live act. Along the way Sam draws intimate portraits of other stars of the psychedelic circus that was the music industry in the sixties and seventies, including Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, The Band, the Allman Brothers, Pink Floyd, and Eric Clapton. This is an exhilarating, all - areas - access rock memoir from someone who has seen - and done - it all.

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19. This Sweater Is for You! Celebrating the Creative Process in Film and Art with the Animator and Illustrator of the Hockey Sweater (Large Prin - Sheldon Cohen, Roch Carrier

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A rare glimpse into an artist's mind, his toolbox, and the world of film animation The Sweater is one of the most beloved animated films of all time. Based on Roch Carrier's short story, also known as ''The Hockey Sweater,'' the film recounts the most horrifying moment of the author's childhood. Sheldon Cohen adapted the story into animation and created a film that is as much about childhood emotions and the desire to fit in, as it is about hockey, the clash of cultures, and a harkening to bygone times. Now 30 years later, Sheldon delves into his notebooks, photographs, and memories to recreate the process he undertook to make The Sweater. He takes the reader on a journey back to Ste. - Justine, showing all of the places and people that inspired him. He also delves into his other films, book illustrations, and paintings over his 40 - year career, and along the way he gives us rich insights into the creative process.

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20. Comfort Food Delectable Devotions to Satisfy the Soul (Large Print 16pt) - Ray Comfort

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From years of coming face - to - face with unbelievers on the street, answering their questions, and facing down their arguments, Ray Comfort has a wealth of experience and advice for anyone interested in doing the same thing. His concern for the watered - down Gospel that is being preached in many quarters is countered by his commitment to sharing God's holiness and the inherent sinful nature of man. Christians who want to be on the frontlines of the battle for souls will findComfort Food an inspiring account of how one man called of God can make a difference by just following - as the name of Ray Comfort's TV show says - The Way of the Master.

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