Catherine Hernandez's debut novel Scarborough
and Carys Cragg's memoir Dead Reckoning
have been named to the The Globe and Mail
's "Globe 100" list of the Best Books of 2017.
, a finalist for the City of Toronto Book Award this year, is a moving and enthralling novel set in the neighborhood outside of Toronto. Dead Reckoning
is a powerful memoir about restorative justice, in which the author meets the man who murdered her father twenty years earlier.
Congrats, Catherine and Carys!
To find out more, as well as the other great books that made the grade, click here