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Douglas & McIntyre Fall Book Preview Part II

August 2017

Fall is an exciting time for us—not only are we releasing an exciting collection of all new books, but we are also heading to a number of literary festivals across the country! Be sure to visit our events calendar for details on which authors will be appearing in a city near you.

Kicking off the festival season is Word Vancouver, running from September 19 to 24, where John MacLachlan Gray will be presenting his new novel, The White Angel, a fictionalized version of seedy 1920’s Vancouver and the infamous murder of Janet Smith. Gray will also appear at the Whistler Writer’s Festival in October.

Stephen R. Bown tells the fascinating story of the disastrous Great Northern Expedition in Island of the Blue Foxes, while his brother Mike Spencer Bown takes us on a world-wide and decades-long journey to and through every country on the planet in his memoir The World’s Most Travelled Man. Mike Bown will be sharing his thrilling stories at Saskatoon Word on the Street in September, and at the Banff Mountain Film & Book Festival in November.

Also in November, Mark Zuehlke returns with the latest instalment of the bestselling Canadian Battle Series, The Cinderella Campaign, depicting First Canadian Army’s battle for the Channel ports in September 1944.

Rounding out the Fall list is Derek HayesHistorical Atlas of Early Railways for the avid historian and train enthusiast, and Maria Tippet’s Sculpture in Canada, an authoritative survey of sculpture’s coming of age in Canada.

Visit our New Releases and Forthcoming pages for more information on all of our new books!

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