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Ben McNally Books and Brunch
December 9 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm$55.00
Sunday, December 9, 10:00 am
King Edward Hotel, 37 King St E.
Brunch is served in the Vanity Fair Ballroom on the second floor of the King Edward Hotel.
Tickets are $55.00 each (taxes included) and must be purchased in advance.
Tickets are non-refundable.
Please call us at 416.361.0032 with your credit card information to reserve tickets.
Or, purchase them through Eventbrite.
The Making of the October Crisis by D’Arcy Jenish
Using new research and interviews, D’Arcy Jenish tells for the first time the complete story of the October Crisis – starting from the spring of 1963. This gripping narrative by a veteran journalist and master storyteller will change forever the way we view this dark chapter in Canadian history.
Boy Wonders by Cathal Kelly
By turns funny, elegiac and insightful, Boy Wonders is an unvarnished celebration of growing up and stumbling toward identity. It’s about the good and the bad of those brief years when we find purpose without end, obsession without limit and joy in the strangest of places.
Machine Without Horses by Helen Humphreys
In Machine Without Horses, Helen Humphreys explores the real life and the imagined internal life of the famous and famously private salmon-fly dresser, Megan Boyd, a craftswoman who worked for sixty years out of a bare-bones cottage in a small village in the north of Scotland. Humphreys, both present in the story and its architect, reveals with her inimitable style the complicated emotional landscape that can exist under even the most constant surface.
Peter Clapham Sheppard with Louis Gagliardi
This book is a celebration of the rediscovery of the masterworks of Toronto-born Peter Clapham Sheppard (1879-1965), an artist who played a leading role in the founding of Canada’s national school of art. A contemporary and colleague of the Group of Seven, he was one of the finest artists of his generation and his work is among the best in Canadian art.