Eighteen-year-old Eve Smith is painting her nails at the London offices of Consolidated Press when in walks Hugh Fenwick.
Browsing: The Dusty Bookcase
Brian Busby’s regular column focuses on CanLit’s ignored, neglected, forgotten, and suppressed.
Garnett Weston once described writing as the easiest racket going.
Truth proves elusive in Tom Ardies’ 1971 Cold War thriller about a millionaire presidential candidate in possible cahoots with the Russians.
Christie Redfern’s troubles are so many that they spill over into her backstory in Margaret Murray Robertson’s 1866 novel.
Alberto Manguel’s 1991 Canadian anthology, “Canadian Mystery Stories.”
Montrealer Enid Louise Cushing’s 1956 mystery debut, “Murder’s No Picnic.”
Serendipity abounds in the Rev. H.A. Cody’s “The Girl at Bullet Lake” (1933).
Alan Marlston’s, 1949 quasi-lesbian novel, “Strange Desire(s).”
Keith Edgar’s 1949 mystery “Arctic Rendez-vous”
Dorothy Dumbrille’s 1945 novel, “All This Difference”