Sudbury-based Latitude 46 Publishing is excited to announce the release of its fall books, with three unique virtual launches taking place this month.
Kinmount, the highly-anticipated sophomore novel by Rod Carley, takes readers on a hilarious ride to cottage country where a version of Romeo and Juliet is being staged despite dozens of reasons why it should not. Bestselling author Terry Fallis calls its “funny, thoughtful completing and filled with humane insights about people and their passions.”
Join the author on Oct. 17 for a night of entertaining readings and more than a few surprises.
It’s hard to believe it’s been six years since the first Wintermen appeared in print. Now Brit Griffin has completed her trilogy with the release of The Wintermen III: At the End of the World, which Karen McBride, author of Crow Winter, calls, “A crucial reminder of our role in keeping the lands we love safe.”
Griffen will be in conversation with Brit about completing the trilogy, and what readers can look forward to in the future.
While the world continues to adapt to the ever-changing environmental and social shifts around us, author Ann Burke delivers us a binge-worthy slice of Canadiana with The Seventh Shot, a highly detailed journey into Canadian serial killer Ronald West’s crimes and the subsequent investigation, which draws eerie similarities to the Golden State killer.
Join the author and guests, including OPP museum director Christine Johnstone, as well as author Geordie Tefler, who will be interviewing the author about her obsession with a classmate who turned out to be one of Canada’s most gruesome murderers.
For details on these events, and purchasing options, visit Latitude 46 Publishing on Facebook, or visit www.latitude46publishing.com.