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Circulatim - Book One - The Circle

by Ray Smith

As Alex's sixteenth birthday arrives, he has trouble maintaining his many secrets. His best friend, Tom, knows most of his secrets; that Alex is gay, that he is falling for his second-best friend, who is straight,...


Circulatim - Book Two - The Circle Squared

by Ray Smith

Another month passes that changes Alex's life forever. Everything was different. Alex recuperates and returns to school, a school that knows that he is gay and that he had "almost" died. Alex's circle of friends...


Century

by Ray Smith

Century begins with the nightmare visions of a young woman named Jane Seymour, catching the reader up in a chronicle on the Seymour family that moves from Austria, America and Africa, through Edinburgh and Venice,...


A Night at the Opera

by Ray Smith

Set in the small German city of Waltherrott, this novel is a madcap excursion from the 1980s back to 1848, the year of revolutions, then back to the time of the Black Death in the late 1340s. A startling comedy,...


Cape Breton is the Thought-Control Centre of Canada

by Ray Smith & Ken Tolmie

First published in 1969, Ray Smith's Cape Breton is the Thought-Control Centre of Canada remains as refreshing, innovative and important today as it has in every previous incarnation. Sophisticated, playful,...


The Flush of Victory: Jack Bottomly Among the Virgins

by Ray Smith

Author Ray Smith has correlated the recent electronic version of the Dubai Typescript and travelled the world corroborating the sordid and highly sensitive details contained within this novel. A lurid tale of...