Pet Of The Week
- Secondary school to receive new name (36)
- Liberals ‘politicizing’ top doctor job, Yukon Party says (34)
- Leaders’ forum was held in Old Crow (15)
- Discovery ‘a powerful and moving experience’ (14)
- Direct busing changes to off-ramp: councillor (12)
- High waters still a concern in rural Yukon (8)
- Please join us for the Celebration of Life Jim Logan (2)
- Yukon River Quest engages risk management consultant (2)
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June 3, 2022
- If at first you don’t succeed ... (Bookends) I first read this book more than 55 years ago,
May 27, 2022
- Murder at the mysterious monastery (Bookends) This book, the eighth in the Gamache series of murder mysteries, proves that it is not absolutely essential for either the writer or her detective to be on the familiar ground of the Quebec town of Three Pines for the story to work.
May 20, 2022
- How breaking up can really be murder (Bookends) Miranda Wood has made the mistake of falling into an affair with her boss, Richard Tremain, publisher and editor of the local newspaper.
May 13, 2022
- Rango Pet Of The Week
- Probing murder in Picturesque Provence (Bookends) It often happens that producers who adapt well-known books to television will make necessary changes to plots and characters for the small screen.
May 6, 2022
- Ace Pet Of The Week
- Examining life as a series of questions (Bookends) Alex Trebek would be extremely pleased that the latest big news about Jeopardy is the 21-game run of a female educational tutor from Canada named Mattea Roach.
April 29, 2022
- Dixie Pet Of The Week
- Three characters carefully look for resolution (Bookends) I really hadn’t heard of Harlan Coben until recently, and was introduced to his writing by a couple of Netflix mini-series in the mystery-thriller genre.
April 22, 2022
- Cadbury Pet Of The Week
- Seeing and observing is the key to the solution (Bookends) The Sentence is Death is the second book in what is so far a four-book sequence in what the author is calling the Hawthorne and Horowitz series.