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Standing in the Shadows
Peter Robinson
Hardcover | May 2023
1 in store $34.95
Fire Weather
John Vaillant
Hardcover | May 2023
1 in store $38.00
Angela Sterritt
Hardcover | May 2023
1 in store $34.95
The Dawn of Everything
David Graeber
Paperback | May 2023
1 in store $29.95
The Guest
Emma Cline
Hardcover | May 2023
1 in store $37.99
When Women Were Dragons
Kelly Barnhill
Paperback | May 2023
1 in store $23.00
Elif Batuman
Paperback | May 2023
2 in store $24.95
Tegan and Sara
Tegan Quin
Paperback | May 2023
sold out $19.99
(on order)
Closer by Sea
Perry Chafe
Paperback | May 2023
1 in store $24.99
The Late Mrs. Willoughby
Claudia Gray
Paperback | May 2023
1 in store $22.95

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The Next Page is located on Treaty 7 land of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Piikani, Kainai, and Siksika First Nations), Tsuut’ina First Nation, Stoney Nakoda, and Métis Nation Region III.
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