In Print

The Letters of Sylvia Beach

The Letters of Sylvia Beach
(Columbia University Press, 2010)
edited by Keri Walsh (BA’98)

This collection of Beach’s letters illustrates her unique talents and day-to-day work as a librarian, publicist, publisher and translator. The volume sheds light on many of her life’s events and includes correspondence with a long list of friends and clients like James Joyce, Earnest Hemmingway and Gertrude Stein.


Confessions of an Accidental Sleuth

Confessions of an Accidental Sleuth
(Booksurge Publishing, 2009)
by B.F. Monachino (LLB’74)

A mild-mannered attorney gives into a moment of weakness and steals a valuable piece of baseball memorabilia found in an old book, only to find himself tangled up with sinister criminals using rare books as a smokescreen for their crimes.


Don’t Come Here, Julie!

Don’t Come Here, Julie!
(Outskirts Press, 2009)
by P. Joy Webster (BA’97, CTESL’97)

In this science fiction for teens and pre-teens, Julie goes to visit her mother, an ambassador on the Planet Norandia, in spite of her mother’s warnings. Once Julie arrives, she may wish she had listened to her mother.


Gluten-Free Diet: A Comprehensive Resource Guide, Fourth Edition

Gluten-Free Diet: A Comprehensive Resource Guide, Fourth Edition
(Case Nutrition Consulting Inc., 2010)
by Shelley Case (BSHEc’80)

Sure to be a valuable resource for those with celiac disease, this comprehensive guide provides detailed food and ingredient information, national and international labeling regulations, a thorough list of widely available specialty products, tips for eating out and more.


False Witness

False Witness
(West House Publishing, 2010)
by Eric H. Nelson (BA’66)

Based on a true story, a free-lance journalist uncovers evidence that a convicted high-profile Saskatchewan politician was framed for the murder of his ex-wife.


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