“Random House Canada executive editor and VP Anne Collins and editorial assistant Lauren Park have acquired Canadian English rights to Gwen Tuinman’s Unrest. The historical novel, set in 1830s Bytown during the height of the timber trade and Shiners’ War, is described as telling, in four voices, the stories of the slow death of a marriage, a rivetingly taboo love triangle, a traumatized Irish spinster who becomes a feminist hero, and a rebellious boy who dreams of escaping the crush of class divides. Publication is expected for April 2024. The deal was arranged by Marilyn Biderman at Transatlantic Agency.”
~ The Quill and Quire
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The Last Hoffman is a poignant family drama featuring a multilayered cast of tightly woven characters in a fractured northern community. It’s a story of family secrets, misplaced loyalties and second chances.
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