Spring 2023 ARTA Bookshelf
Woman in Scarlet by Karen L. Adams. Adams Enterprises, 2019. Memoir. The trail-blazing journey of one of the first female officers in the RCMP. It’s a tale of fun and joy, of struggle and disappointment.
I’m Fine: A Bathroom Book for Seniors by Susan Carter. PageMaster Publication Services, 2022. Memoir. Susan tells sixty‑nine stories that relate to her life. These stories grew out of her ability to laugh at the annoying “senior” things in life.
A Critical Human Error: When Paternity Is Not a Choice by Barbara Glasier. Friesen Press, 2020. Fiction. A heart-warming multi-generational story, part mystery, part affecting romance,
that will tear at your heartstrings and restore your faith in human nature.
The Other Side of Morning by Stephen Goss. Friesen Press, 2022. Historical fiction. Personal triumph, tragedy, political nuance, and the power of one man’s indomitable will: The Other Side of Morning is an immersive journey into pre-colonial India.
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