Agatha Raisin, the sometimes pushy, sometimes endearing heroine of the Cotswold village mysteries is at it again when the president of the Dembley Walkers Association is found dead in Sir Charles Fraith's wheat field.
This first in a series of "chicken soup" books provides a collection of inspirational and empowering stories that cast light on some of life's dark moments. In this book the themes covered are love, parenting, learning, living one's dream, and overcoming obstacles. This has been described as a heart-warming treasury of stories.
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.3 3/97
Deerfield Beach, FL: Health Communications Inc., 1993
Celebrating more than seven years on CBC Radio, this short collage show-cases quizzes, stories, songs and dialogue from the show. It reveals Cullen's and Robertson's shrewd wit as writers as well as performers.
In this autobiographical recollection, McIntosh tells of his trip from Toronto to the Prairies and back, when the Depression was still being felt, even though World War II has started. He describes his training for the air force, his war service in Britain, and his return home to a journalistic career in a Canada that was very different indeed.