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Him standing —Wagamese, Richard.

Commissioned to carve a spirit mask for a mysterious stranger, Lucas Smoke finds his life controlled by disturbing nightmares of his client, an ancient sorcerer named Him Standing, who endeavors to emerge from the dream ...

No return address —Anderson-Dargatz, Gail, 1963- author.

"In this short novel, a woman mourning the loss of her mother gets a mysterious package in the mail."-- Provided by publisher.

From scratch —Anderson-Dargatz, Gail, 1963- author.

"In this short novel, a single mother goes back to school in order to run her own bakery"-- Provided by publisher.

White sand blues —Delany, Vicki, 1951- author.

"Paramedic Ashley Grant finds herself in the middle of a murder investigation while in the Victoria and Albert Islands in this work of crime fiction."-- Provided by publisher.

Tiny house, big fix —Anderson-Dargatz, Gail, 1963- author.

Sadie works as a framer, building houses. She lost her own home in a recent divorce and now lives with her two daughters in a rented bungalow. When her landlady says she needs to move out, Sadie finds there's a housing c...

A murder for Max : a Maxine Benson mystery —Reynolds, John (John Lawrence), author.

Escaping the pressures of big-city policing, Maxine Benson is happy to be appointed police chief in the resort town of Port Ainslie. Max's biggest challenge is to overcome skepticism at her ability to deal with major cri...

Murder below zero —Reynolds, John (John Lawrence), author.

"Maxine Benson, police chief in a small town, sets out to solve the murder of the town bully in this work of crime fiction."-- Provided by publisher.

Blue water hues —Delany, Vicki, 1951- author.

"In this work of crime fiction, paramedic Ashley Grant becomes embroiled in a murder investigation soon after being called to a fire at a beach resort."-- Provided by publisher.

The fall guy —Fradkin, Barbara, 1947-

When handyman Cedric O'Toole is set up to take the fall for a murder he didn't commit, he will need all his inventive powers to save himself.

The way it works —Kowalski, William, 1970-

Walter Davis is homeless after his mother's death, and he meets the girl of his dreams and tries to keep his circumstances from her.

Murder among the pines —Reynolds, John (John Lawrence), author.

"Maxine Benson, police chief in a small town, sets out to solve the murder of her ex-husband's new girlfriend in this work of crime fiction."-- Provided by publisher.

Love you to death —Bowen, Gail, 1942- author.

"Charlie D is the host of a successful late-night radio call-in show. His listeners have a particularly intimate relationship with him and often reveal much about themselves, confident that he will honor their trust and ...

Just gone —Kowalski, William, 1970-

Angelique's work at a homeless shelter takes a strange turn when she encounters seven-year-old Jamal and his fantastic stories about a mysterious character named Jacky Wacky who looks out for vulnerable children.

Blood and belonging —Delany, Vicki, 1951- author.

"In this work of crime fiction, RCMP Sergeant Ray Robertson is on holidays in Turks and Caicos when he discovers the body of a man on the beach."-- Provided by publisher.

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