James Lorimer & Company

Books Reviewed by Canadian Literature

Fishing for Trouble by Sharon Siamon
The Indomitable Lady Doctors by Carlotta Hacker
Letters from a Lady Rancher by Monica Hopkins
Police by John Sewell
Moscow Despatches: Inside Cold War Russia by John Watkins, Dean Beeby and William Kaplan
Danger on the Tracks by Bill Freeman
Casey Draws the Line and Other Stories by Kit Hood and Linda Schuyler
Lily: A Rhapsody in Red by Heather Robertson
Plan B Is Total Panic by Martyn Godfrey
I Fought Riel: A Military Memoir by Charles A. Boulton and Heather Robertson
Storm Child by Brenda Bellingham
The Summer the Whales Sang by Gloria Montero
The Promoters' City: Building the Industrial Town of Ma by Paul-Andre Linteau and Robert Chodos
Nobody Asked Me by Elizabeth Brochmann
Harbour Thieves by Bill Freeman
Just Watch Me: Remembering Pierre Trudeau by Laurence (Laurie) Ricou and Larry Zolf
Billy Higgins Rides the Freights by Olena Kassian and Gloria Montero
The Politics of Racism by Ann Gomer Sunahara
Long Way From Home by Myrna Kostash
Anna's Pet by Joyce Barkhouse, Margaret Atwood and Ann Blades
Afraid of the Dark by Barry Dickson and Olena Kassian
The Lilfe and Art of Jackson Beardy by W. H. New and Kenneth J. Hughes
The Hungry Time by Selwyn Dewdney
1837: William Lyon Mackenzie and the Canadian Revolution by Theatre Passe Muraille and Rick Salutin
Salt of the Earth by Heather Robertson