03 – Non-Fiction

Destination Cuba
Richard (Tai) Grove

Destination Cuba

Destination Cuba is a wonderful Cuba memoir by world traveller Richard M. Grove. It is a socially enlightening, sometimes funny, always interesting. President of the Canada Cuba Literary Alliance, Richard has travelled and taught in Cuba for 20 years.

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Encyclopedia of Rock, Pop & Folk Music in Canada – 2nd Edition
Rick Jackson

Encyclopedia of Rock, Pop & Folk Music in Canada – 2nd Edition

        Rick Jackson   Author: Rick Jackson Title: Encyclopedia of Rock, Pop & Folk Music in Canada – 2nd Edition ISBN: 978-1-927725-44-3 Trade Paperback: 584 pages Suggested Retail : $34.95 E-Stores: Amazon, Barnes & Nobel, Indigo and other e-stores worldwide.  (Check each e-store for the best price on book and shipping as prices...

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A Mad Bent Diva
David Bateman

A Mad Bent Diva

Like a semi-autobiographical novel in over forty chapters, the stories that make up ‘A Mad Bent Diva’ range from intimate portraits of a queer childhood, to lengthy narratives about a group of friends who engage in annual holidays at a favourite beach property where ‘bitchiness’ prevails, carnal knowledge raises its frequently campy head, and life affirming camaraderie reigns supreme.

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Antarctica: First Journey
Geoff Carpentier

Antarctica: First Journey

The mystique of the Antarctic enthralls everyone, but few dare venture to its icy shores. But for those who do, a myriad of questions arise – what do I wear? What will I do? What will I see? How do I prepare? Geoff Carpentier, a veteran expedition guide, brings you his knowledge and experience through the pages of this fun and informative guide.

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