Please email us at hiddenbrookpress @ gmail.com to order from the back catalogue or for more information.

Fiction

Alone
Felicity Sidnell Reid

Alone

This is a young reader spell-binding pioneer life story of survival. Girls and boys of any age will be captivated by vivid descriptions of the Canadian northern landscape and the historically accurate story of endurance. This story will quickly engage the reader in thirteen year-old John Turner’s adventures.

Read More
The Prince of Leroy
Brian Way

The Prince of Leroy

Welcome to the eclectic world of The Prince of Leroy, a rousing, comic tale of action and adventure where kidnapping, murder, mayhem and philosophical enquiry ensue. ‘Pulp Fiction’ meets ‘Casablanca’ in The Prince of Leroy, a stunning book, an off-the-wall romp, a wild and unpredictable matinee for the postmodern silver screen.

Read More
Metamorphosis and other Short Stories
Graham Ducker

Metamorphosis and other Short Stories

Time and Space do not mean the same thing to Graham Ducker as it does to the rest of the human race. Plan to be surprised, even flabbergasted by what he presents in these absorbing stories.

Read More
Santiago’s Purple Skies at Morning’s Light
Bernadette Gabay Dyer

Santiago’s Purple Skies at Morning’s Light

Santiago’ Purple Skies at Morning’s Light is a ghostly coming of age Speculative Fiction novel. It is so well told it reads like a memoir. The story is seen through the eyes of Irish-Canadian teenager, Kathleen Dunkley, who is confronted by apparitions that haunt her all the way to Jamaica where dramatic events unfold.

Read More
What Shirley Missed
Donna Wootton

What Shirley Missed

Reading Donna Wootton’s book, “What Shirley Missed”, is like enjoying a big slice of strawberry rhubarb pie with vanilla ice cream. It’s sweet, enjoyable, a treat and perhaps a family favourite.

Read More
Some Sort of Normal
Richard M. Grove

Some Sort of Normal

Grove has handled a sensitive subject with great skill to create a novel well worth reading. It takes a brave author to tackle such a forbidden subject. Though the phrase ‘thought-provoking’ is often overused, it’s definitely called for in this case of Some Sort of Normal.
Norma West Linder
Author of numerous books including novels,
‘Perk’s First Love’ and ‘Tall Stuff’
nlinder@cogeco.ca

Read More