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Winston Patrick Mystery 2-Book Bundle

by David Russell Dundurn (March 06, 2017)

Dissatisfied lawyer Winston Patrick leaves his first career to pursue teaching at a Vancouver high school — but he can't seem to leave the legal world behind.

Deadly Lessons

Winston Patrick, a successful lawyer...

The Fiddler Is a Good Woman

by Geoff Berner Dundurn (October 14, 2017)

A biography that doesn’t quite exist, about a violinist who can’t be found, as told by people who aren?t all there

Novelist Geoff Berner has been tasked with writing a biography of DD, a mysterious, charismatic,...

The Slip

by Mark Sampson Dundurn (May 20, 2017)

  • A comic, thoughtful examination of viral culture through the lens of a technologically out-of-touch, middle-aged protagonist
  • Casts a wide satirical net on an era where social media can amplify a gaffe into...

Nina, the Bandit Queen

by Joey Slinger Dundurn (March 03, 2012)

Nina Dolgoy is a self-proclaimed "welfare queen" who leads her neighbours on a campaign to renovate the community pool, only to prove the sad old adage that no good deed ever goes unpunished. Given her skill...

Dead Brilliant

by Christopher Ward Dundurn (December 23, 2013)

It's all slipping away from fading rock star Roc Molotov, until his manager concocts the perfect scheme. Roc will fake his death, assuring massive success for his latest album and the ability to create a body...

The Fat Princess

by Mario Girard & Susan Ouriou Dundurn (January 01, 2000)

A hilarious fairytale for adults facing a complicated world.

Fits Like a Rubber Dress

by Roxane Ward Dundurn (April 01, 1999)

At 29, three things occur to Indigo Blackwell: she hates her job in public relations, her life is decidedly unremarkable, and death is inevitable.

The Dream King

by Gregor Robinson Dundurn (September 16, 1997)

Robinson exposes both the gravity and levity of relationships and the subtle ways we attempt to escape their persistent pull.