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    Book Club in a Bag

    Karen Dudley and Chadwick Ginther reading at Louise Riley

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    Join authors Karen Dudley and Chadwick Ginther

    at Louise Riley library on Tuesday, November 20 at 7pm.

    Come to hear two Canadian authors read from their latest work, and stay to get your autographed copy!

    This event is part of Karen and Chadwick's author tour that includes stops in Toronto, Saskatoon, Edmonton, and Calgary. Stay tuned for more information at www.turnstonepress.com

    Food for the Gods

    Food for the Gods by Karen Dudley


    By turns whimsical, thrilling, hilarious and touching, Karen Dudley’s ingeniously original Food for the Gods and its sequel, Kraken Bake (forthcoming in 2014), reinvent a classical hero, while bringing to life the crowded, throbbing streets of ancient Athens in a way that both honours the Greek myths and reinterprets them for a new generation of readers.

    "Karen Dudley takes Greek mythology and gives it a wild spin. This giddy mashup of fantasy, mystery, comedy, cookbook, and self-help column is bawdy, inventive, and just plain fun."—Sharon Shinn, author of the Twelve Houses Series

    Thunder Road

    Thunder Road by Chadwick Ginther


    In a flash, Ted Callan’s world exploded. Now he’s on the road looking for a fresh start. What he finds is a mysterious young woman named Tilda who tells him he’s destined for more than an ordinary life. When three stout men assault Ted in his hotel room, ordinary starts to look very appealing. The next thing he knows, his body is covered in an elaborate Norse tattoo, complete with the power of the Gods. Accompanied by the trickster Loki and the beguiling Tilda, Ted wants nothing more than to have his old life back. No more tattoos. No more mystic powers. No more smart-ass Gods. The problem is, if he succeeds, it might just be the end of the world. This novel is the first in a trilogy, the sequel Tombstone Blues, is set for release in 2013.

    "Chadwick Ginther is a major new talent. His stunning debut novel grabs you by the throat and shakes you mercilessly; his prose is vivid and sharp and his are settings gritty and terrifyingly real. This is serious fantasy for grownups." —Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo Award-winning author of Triggers

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