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Inside the Hermit Kingdom

by Peter Goodspeed

Kim Jung-un has big shoes to fill.

His grandfather Kim Il-sung, the founder of North Korea, was so omnipotent that the constitution was amended after his death to keep the preserved corpse of the "Supreme Leader...

The Diamond Jubilee

by National Post

From its inception in 1998, the National Post has been a strong supporter of the monarchy in Canada. Collected here for the first time are the paper's finest tributes to Queen Elizabeth II, on the past occasions...

Homicide: Beyond the Numbers

by Edmonton Journal Crime Bureau

Edmonton attained a dark milestone in 2011, when the city set a record of 47 homicides in a single year and made headlines across the country with the unenviable title of “murder capital of Canada.” The...

Lunch Money

by William Hanley

What does it take to make it in the business world? If you take CEOs to lunch and pick up the tab, they'll tell you. And after six years, almost 300 lunches, about 300,000 calories consumed, an equal number...

The Interestings: A Novel

by Meg Wolitzer

"Remarkable . . . With this book [Wolitzer] has surpassed herself."-The New York Times Book Review

"A victory . . . The Interestings secures Wolitzer's place among the best novelists of her generation. . . ....

The National Post Guide to Mad Men

by Robert Fulford, Robert Cushman & Scott Stinson

In the first episode of Mad Men, Don the creative genius searches for a slogan and eventually comes up with 'It's Toasted.' When the manufacturers tell him that in fact all cigarette tobacco is toasted, he explains...

Unmasking Superfoods

by Jennifer Sygo

The word superfood is everywhere these days, but which of the many hyped foodstuffs should you really change your diet to include? In this collection of her National Post columns on foods ranging from quinoa...

Killed Because They Were Girls

by Christie Blatchford & National Post

On the night of June 30, 2009, a father, mother and brother drowned half their family in a black Nissan just outside of Kingston, Ontario. On January 29, 2012, Mohammad Shafia, Tooba Mohammad Yahya and Hamed...

Terence Corcoran's Nortel File

by Terence Corcoran

At the peak of its fame as a global telecom player in 2001, Nortel Networks boasted a market value of $207-billion. In a trial set to begin in Toronto in early 2012, the culmination of almost a decade of forensic...

The Best of Barbara Kay, Vol. I

by Barbara Kay

In her columns on subjects ranging from Canadian literature to honour killings, Barbara Kay is sharp, provocative and never afraid to go against the conventional wisdom. This collection of her best work illustrates...

Best Pictures

by Chris Knight

Did you think The Help was overrated? That Bridesmaids was more ha-ha than hoorah? That The Muppets was robbed of Golden Globes glory? Then it¹s time to read Best Pictures, Chris Knight¹s guide to the best,...

The Best of Jonathan Chevreau

by Jonathan Chevreau

Do you have questions about financial literacy, fee-only financial planning, retirement, annuities, pension envy or TFSAs? Jonathan Chevreau is here to help. The Financial Post's personal finance columnist is...

The Long Road

by Brian Hutchinson, Brian Hutchison & Richard Johnson

A decade of war in Afghanistan has cost more than 150 Canadian lives and billions of dollars.

It began without a clear idea of the nature of the operation, when Defence Minister Art Eggleton said he would not...

Lost and Found

by Jayne Ann Krentz

The author of Smoke in Mirrors and Soft Focus presents a sexy, irresistible story of two people searching for secrets—and finding each other…

Cady Briggs is useful to Mack Easton. Her expertise in art and...

The Cat Who Came to Breakfast

by Lilian Jackson Braun

Qwilleran and the cats are visiting an island known by many names. Qwill has always called it Breakfast Island, but to the taciturn natives, it's Providence Island. To the rich summer residents it's Grand Island--and...

Hunting Midnight

by Emma Holly

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


by Robin Cook

At a prestigious Florida medical center, brain cancer patients are treated with a one-hundred-percent success rate. Sean Murphy, a young medical student, finds it hard to believe. Is it a miracle cure? Or the...

The Lost Daughter: A Memoir

by Mary Williams

"I always hoped [Mary Williams] would tell her incredible story. She's a writer of uncommon clarity and humor, and the arrival of her memoir is cause for celebration." -Dave Eggers, author of What is the What...

A Man Without Breath

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by Philip Kerr

The New York Times-bestselling author of Prague Fatale and Field Gray is "in a league with John le Carré" (The Washington Post)

Berlin, March 1943. A month has passed since Stalingrad and morale is low. Then...

Picking Up the Ghost

by Tone Milazzo

Living in St. Jude, a 110-year-old dying city on the edge of the Mississippi, is tough. But when a letter informs fourteen-year-old Cinque Williams of the passing of the father he never met, he is faced with...