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|March 2, 2011

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Michael Ungar, PhD, is a prize-winning fiction writer and among the most influential social work authors and speakers on parenting issues in North America. His nine nonfiction books include The We Generation and Too Safe For Their Own Good. His work has been the…

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A stunning collection of some of Canada's finest writers who just happen to call Atlantic Canada their home. The book celebrates Pottersfield Press wriers in our 25th year. The array of talent includes non-fiction by Farley Mowat, Harry Thurston, H R Percy, Joan…
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|July 13, 2011

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Steven Laffoley has been a writer, teacher, and dues-paying member of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. He is the author of Mr. Bush, Angus and Me, the award-nominated Hunting Halifax: In Search of History, Mystery and Murder, and Death Ship of Halifax…
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|August 7, 2012

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George Dixon was the finest boxer of his generation and arguably among the finest boxers ever. His accomplishments in the ring were extraordinary: the first black boxing champion, the first Canadian boxing champion, the first boxing champion of multiple weight…
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|August 19, 2014

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From award-winning author Steven Laffoley comes a compelling tale of love and loss, despair and hope, based on real people and real events. It brings to life one of the most extraordinary stories of our time – The Halifax Explosion. It’s 1917. The…

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Going Over is the biography of Titus Mossman, a veteran of the “Great War” who served with the 85 th Canadian Infantry Battalion (Nova Scotia Highlanders) on the Western Front. This book blends social, political and historical issues of those…
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|November 4, 2014

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Our Sable Island Home is a personal story that does not shy away from the perils of life in an isolated locale, interwoven with maritime history that centres around the iconic island. The story will take you on a journey more than sixty years back into the past,…

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With a wonderful dash of humour, the authors take us on a trip for fashion that doesn't cost the earth.
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|August 13, 2015

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Music in The Dark is a compelling novel set in Prohibition-era Montreal when alcohol, drugs and jazz music ruled “Sin City.” Taylor Williams is a young black musician struggling to find fame in the Montreal Harlem District amid gangsters, racism and bootleggers.…
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|October 20, 2015

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Decision-making happens throughout our lives. Some decisions we are proud of, others we regret, but they shape our lives. This book examines extraordinary events told to the author by more than 25 remarkable people. The men and women are police officers,…
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|April 20, 2015

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Bear River photographer Ralph Nelson Harris captured the village's waning days of sail and lumber through his camera lens in the early 1900s. Drawing upon hundreds of recently discovered Ralph Harris images, historian and author Mike Parker puts a newfound face…

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Prohibition, legislated in the U.S. in 1921, was intended to ban the manufacture, transport and sale of intoxicating liquor. However, it soon became obvious that successfully policing the entire coastline of the Pacific, Atlantic, and the Great Lakes was…