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|September 23, 2014

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Christopher Kruse has moved to the south of France with his wife and daughter to become a better man-to escape his past as a high-priced security agent and his guilt over old wrongs. But after a harrowing accident, he finds himself drawn into a web of political…
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|July 17, 2007

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A local phenomenon goes national! This sparkling novel has the warmth and wide appeal of Stuart McLean’s Vinyl Cafe and the wit of Will Ferguson. What Alexander McCall Smith did with 44 Scotland Street , Todd Babiak does with The Garneau Block . This…
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|August 9, 2011

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Television presenter and man-about-town Toby Marshallthinks he has it all. But in the days after his father has astartling accident, Toby makes a series of very bad decisionsthat throw his life into disarray. Jobless, friendless and suddenlysingle, Toby does the…
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|August 5, 2008

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A riotous new novel from the #1 bestselling author of the hit sensation The Garneau Block . By all accounts, Stanley Moss is an average man. A retired florist, he lives quietly with his wife, Frieda, in a modest bungalow in Edmonton. Stricken with cancer, Stanley…

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Security agent Christopher Kruse lost his wife and young daughter in the south of France. In Come Barbarians he investigated and stopped the people responsible for their deaths. He has remained in France working for the ambitious mayor of Paris, wandering streets…

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#1 bestselling author Todd Babiak “reinvents thrillers” in this heart-stopping Christopher Kruse novel ( Edmonton Journal ) To save his marriage, security agent Christopher Kruse took his family on a sabbatical in the south of Mitterrand-era France.…
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|April 16, 2000

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After a seven-year absence, the prodigal son Jeremy Little comes home to the small Alberta town of Seymour, where a teenage trauma has shaped his outlook on life.

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"The contribution made by the Edmonton libraries to the sanity and support of the citizens cannot be estimated. No Annual Report can gauge things of this sort." -Annual Report of the Edmonton Public Library, 1931 The Edmonton Public Library turns 100 in 2013!…