Cold Canadian Reads for the Hot Canadian Summer
Extreme weather is something Canadians have always been familiar with. Now in the heat of summer, let's remember the temperature that really defines us. There's a cool read for every taste.
Four Degrees Celsius, a desperate rescue in the 1929 arctic (get it in e-book too) and True North, a memoir by Bernie Finkelstein, legendary record producer and manager for music greats Bruce Cockburn, Murray McLaughlin, and Rough Trade, among others.
Freeze your blood with fictional and true crime-- Tesseracts 13: Chilling Tales from the Great White North, or The Best of Cold Blood, with stories by Peter Robinson, Charlotte MacLeod, Eric Wright,Tony Aspler and more. For the real thing, try Cold North Killers: Canadian Serial Murder in hardcover or e-book.
And even though the season's over (and no cup in our Native Land), there's always hockey.