Showing all 19 results
Romance, suspense, and murder in 19th-century Saint John$16.95, PaperbackBe transported back to Old Pictou, Nova Scotia with this tale of witchery, muscular Christianity, press gangs, and Culloden-haunted memory in an historical novel in the tradition of Sir Walter Scott$16.95, PaperbackA ripping yarn of adventure on the high seas, fishing on the Grand Banks with Bluenose skippers in the Gloucester fleet$16.95, PaperbackA Victorian Romance set in Quebec City.$16.95, Paperback
A fictional portrayal of Canadians in the Paris art scene of the 1890s.$16.95, Paperback
A story of survival, romance and religion set in Northern
Manitoba during the early 20th century fur trade by a leading Nova Scotia writer.
A novel of open sea sealing, pirate gold and romance from the Atlantic Ocean to the Southern seas set in the early 1900s.
An early, classic Canadian nature novel.$16.95, Paperback
A classic novel about a rambunctious orphan's misadventures finding a home in the early 1900s.
$16.95, PaperbackA teenaged orphan is adopted by a cursed uncle in early-twentieth-century Nova Scotia.$16.95, PaperbackWhen some affluent American visitors come to Ravanoke for a fishing holiday, their car gets stuck and some local residents help them out.$16.95, PaperbackSet in the early 1900s, Blue Water traces the adventures of "Shorty" Westhaver from boyhood to young manhood in the dangerous world of the Grand Banks fishery.$16.95, PaperbackFog Over Fundy traces the adventures of a young non-conformist French Canadian woman who returns from Europe to the Tantramar in New Brunswick.$16.95, PaperbackAdria Redmond's life in a sea-faring community is marked by deception and deceit before a tragedy forces her to recognize what's important in her life.$16.95, PaperbackCaptain Salvation is a little-known novel of Maritimers at sea, now brought back into print in this new addition to Formac's Fiction Treasures collection.$16.95, PaperbackThis early twentieth-century Nova Scotia novel explores the world of small fishing communities where religion and background are a source of family conflict.$16.95, PaperbackThis Fiction Treasure title, set in New Brunswick, describes a community where conflict between families troubles the lives of everyone.$16.95, PaperbackIn 1744, Paul de Morpain, a prisoner-of-war in New England, hears of a plan to send an expedition against the French fortress at Louisbourg. He decides to journey 500 miles by sea and on forest trails to warn the governor.$16.95, PaperbackShopping CartScroll to Top