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When young Vittorio Innocente's mother, Cristina, is bitten by a snake in the family stable, no one sees the blue-eyed stranger leaving except for Vittorio. He struggles to keep his mother's secret but secrets in a small village are hard to keep, and while…read more

Sleep

by Nino Ricci

|September 22, 2015

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From multi-award winning author Nino Ricci comes a novel of devastating emotional power and intelligence, and often breathless suspense: the story of one man's descent into sleeplessness.       David Pace is a man who has it all--a…read more

Sleep

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|This title releases August 2, 2016

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From multi-award winning author Nino Ricci comes a novel of devastating emotional power and intelligence, and often breathless suspense--now in paperback. David Pace is a man who has it all--a successful career as an almost-famous academic, a wife blessed with…read more

The Origin Of Species

by Nino Ricci

|December 21, 2012

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Set in Montreal in 1986, The Origin of Species is the story of a thirty-something Alex Fratarcangeli ("I can't even pronounce it myself," he admits to an acquaintance), plagued by a familiar sense of being a fraud in all aspects of his life from his professional…read more

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Love him or hate him, Pierre Elliott Trudeau marked us all. The man whose motto was “Reason over passion” managed to arouse in Canadians fierce passions of every hue. Acclaimed novelist Nino Ricci begins with the crucial role Trudeau played in the…read more

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When young Vittorio Innocente's mother, Cristina, is bitten by a snake in the family stable, no one sees the blue-eyed stranger leaving except for Vittorio. He struggles to keep his mother's secret but secrets in a small village are hard to keep, and while…read more

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What really happened to Vittorio’s mother that day in the stable? That she’d been bitten by a snake was clear enough: the swelling in her ankle proved it. But that other swelling, the one that led eventually to his mother’s long, loose dresses, to those dark,…read more

Where She has Gone

by Nino Ricci

|September 17, 1999

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Set in Toronto and Italy, this powerful sequel to In a Glass House explores the sometimes forbidden aspect of desire and one’s longing for what is unrecoverable. Victor Innocente remeets his half-sister in Toronto, shortly after his father’s death.…read more

Testament

by Nino Ricci

|February 25, 2003

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Provocative, ambitious and rich in the sights and smells of the ancient world, Testament brings a new perspective to the greatest story ever told. From Governor General’ s Award-winner Nino Ricci, one of Canada’s most highly acclaimed literary voices,…read more

In a Glass House

by Nino Ricci

|September 17, 1999

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After a harrowing voyage from Italy, during which his mother died, seven-year-old Vittorio arrives in Canada with his newborn half-sister, and is reunited with his estranged father, a dark, isolated, and angry figure he hardly knows. The story that follows spans…read more

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A child of Trudeau's expansive immigration policies looks at the man who changed his family's life and our collective vision of Canada. Love him or hate him, Pierre Trudeau has marked us all. The man whose motto was "reason over passion"managed to arouse in…read more

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Set in Toronto and Italy, this powerful sequel to In a Glass House explores the sometimes forbidden aspect of desire and one’s longing for what is unrecoverable. Victor Innocente remeets his half-sister in Toronto, shortly after his father’s death. Uneasy with…read more