Elena has been visiting from Ontario. It was a pleasure to meet her and we hope to see her again next year.
Corina was happy to find and purchase an item from our New Age section.
Alison Siegfried was very pleased we had a copy of Cold Case Vancouver: The City’s Most Baffling Unsolved Murders by Eve Lazarus.
Heather Ball – The June Bug Catcher ($21.00 each)
The June Bug Catcher is a novel about a young woman in search of herself. Emma Drei thought she had a sparkling future awaiting her. Her adoring fiancé seems keen to build with her a life of fulfilled dreams. That is, until an unexpected development throws a painful wrench into these plans, leaving Emma shattered. Yet, life can turn on a dime, as Emma learns when she makes an impulsive decision to leave her native Victoria, BC, home and seek a fresh start in Australia. Her bold move Down Under delivers all manner of unexpected pleasures to her reinvented life, including friendships, romance, and a new appreciation for God. Here is a story about second chances, and the way a new life can rise out of the ashes of lost opportunities. Journey with Emma into enormous adventures in a spectacular physical environment, exploring the fresh bliss found as much in her relationships as in her faith.
So nice to meet new customers Anita & Kelsey from Sooke. Glad we had a few of the Michael Connelly books they were looking for.
Mei-Li Lee – Potlatch Blanket for a China Man ($19.95 each)
Mei-Li Lee is a first generation Chinese-Canadian. Her father immigrated from China to Canada at the beginning of the twentieth century and was forced to pay the discriminatory Head Tax. Her mother did not leave China until 1948 when the Exclusion Act was repealed and less restrictive entry of Chinese into Canada permitted. Potlatch Blanket for a China Man is Mei-Li’s debut story. She lives with her family in Victoria, BC
Robert Battistuzzi – Under a September Moon ($20.00 each)
We now have local author Robert Battistuzzi’s new book Under a September Moon. Robert’s new book is the final story of the trilogy that started with The Boys from North Dakota and The Boys of ’63. The first two stories were a blend of fiction and fact about Randy, Gerry, Art and Robert in their teen years. Robert felt that carrying this relationship forward into their adult lives would be a good way to end the trilogy.
Joanne’s son Chris came to visit and couldn’t resist a Garflield book!