Tag: Audible

I came for Richard Armitage’s performance reading Joy Ellis’ Their Lost Daughters. Mysteries are not normally my thing compared to other people. Winnipeg has a bookstore called Whodunit, richly deserving of its recent expansion, for anyone’s mystery needs. McNally Robinson has a pretty good section, and readers love their UK writers. I remember during my […]

In my first job at the *Carolyn Sifton-Helen Fuld Libray at St. Boniface Hospital, I had access to University of Manitoba’s vast collection as a staff member. I took out Angela Carter’s The Bloody Chamber, only to carry it around for a while until I finally returned it, consigning it to my ever-growing and imagined TBR […]