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A Library Journal Key Indie Fiction Title, Fall 2014 Meet Xavier Boland, the untouchable cross-dresser, who walks loose and carefree as an old Broadway tune. Meet Miss Penrice, a lost old woman forced by wartime to parent a child for the first time. Meet a…

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by Kathleen Winter

|April 21, 2011

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What are boys and men thinking? That's what the wry, observant, heartbroken and hilarious girls and women in these stories want to know. What are they thinking when they warn women against adventure, gulp ale in moonlit truck wrecks, steal their fingers down…

Annabel

by Kathleen Winter

|April 16, 2012

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arg1-9782764621455.html Traduit de l’anglais (Canada) par Claudine Vivier   « La nature est elle aussi un personnage de premier plan. Dans la vie des humains, il y a beaucoup de conflits, de secrets cachés, de zizanie… Dans la…

Annabel

by Kathleen Winter

|October 6, 2014

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Lost In September

by Kathleen Winter

|This title releases September 12, 2017

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Annabel

by Kathleen Winter

|February 7, 2013

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En 1968 au Canada, dans un village reculé de la région du Labrador, un enfant voit le jour. Ni tout à fait homme ni tout à fait femme, il est les deux à la fois. Seules trois personnes partagent ce secret : les parents de l’enfant et Thomasina, une voisine de…

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by Kathleen Winter

|September 15, 2007

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What are boys and men thinking? That's what the wry, observant, heartbroken and hilarious girls and women in these stories want to know. What are they thinking when they warn women against adventure, gulp ale in moonlit truck wrecks, steal their fingers down…