Books coming soon

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As each book becomes available for pre-order, we move it over to the catalog.

Check back regularly, as this list is growing!

Working the Blue Line - Jean Michel Blais, former head of Halifax Regional Municipality police writes on lessons learned from policing, humanitarian work for the UN, and coaching minor hockey.

The Non-Therapist: how to help as if you were a pro (or even more so!) - Kate Tompkins' help for the helpers who are called on to provide aid beyond their training.

Threshold - Angela Reynolds' first novel, for middle school readers, has crises at home and mermaids in the water.

The Best of the Kings Shorts - The full scripts of more than twenty prize-winning scripts from the King's Shorts Festival of One-Act Plays, to celebrate more than two decades of short, punchy theatre.

The Wish Doctor - a fantastical adventure from Mark Shupe.

The Red Shift - Five short plays for five actors, making up a full evening of theatre. Guest appearances by obsession, politics, baseball, fine art and the cosmos.

Six Crows Gold - Book Six in Vernon Oickle's acclaimed series, which we welcome to Moose House!

Ghost Breezes - short stories from author, playwright, and actor Daniel Lillford.

Tough All Over - Book Two in Rhoda C. Hill's romance series, The Love Shack.

The Farmer, the Squire, the Doctor and the Deacon - D. S. M. Rogers tells a story set among the "Betsey" people, the first European settlers in the Pictou region, in the 18th century.

Take the Long Way Home - Gen X-er Larry Peach's memoir of a meandering journey to find himself anchored on the Clare Acadian Shore.

Birchtown: the lost settlement - Micha Cromwell and Brenda Thompson explore the history of the African-Nova Scotian settlement of Birchtown.

While Looking Out at the Bay - Arthur Bull's book-length poem reflecting on his long engagement with the Bay of Fundy.

​Three Letters and other stories, short stories from Fish and Dicks co-author Jim Prime.

March: Enigma, the third Tim Brown mystery from Jan Fancy Hull

Our first large-print edition will be of Laura Churchill Duke's Two Crows Sorrow.

Our first audio book will be Angel Flanagan's Lost and Found.