May’s Top 5 reads from Atlantic Canada

Check out our May Chapters-Indigo Atlantic Canadian bestsellers list

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Our Chapters-Indigo Atlantic Canadian bestsellers list for May is out! Have you read any of these great books? Let us know in the comments below. 

NOVA SCOTIA – MAY LOCAL TOP 5
1. I Owe It All To Rock and Roll and the CBC by Frank Cameron (Local Interest)
2. Lexicon Volume 16 by Theresa Williams (Local Interest)
3. Lexicon Volume 15 by Theresa Williams (Local Interest)
4. Frontier Town: Bear River Nova Scotia by Mike Parker (Local Interest)
5. Tides of Honour by Genevieve Graham (Romance)

NEW BRUNSWICK – MAY LOCAL TOP 5
1. Wildflowers of New Brunswick by Todd Boland (Local Interest)
2. A Measure Of Light by Beth Powning (Fiction)
3. The Great Atlantic Canada Bucket List by Robin Esrock (Travel)
4. Waterfalls of New Brunswick GD by Nicholas Guitard (Local Interest)
5. Irving VS Irving by Jacques Poitras (Business)

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND – MAY LOCAL TOP 5
1. Wild Island by John Sylvester (Local Interest)
2. Charlottetown Then and Now by D. Scott MacDonald with W. Blair MacDonald (Local Interest)
3. The Pup From Away by Shaun Patterson (Local Interest)
4. Those Splendid Girls by Katherine Dewar (Local Interest)
5. Prince Edward Lullaby by PL McCarron (Local Interest)

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR – MAY LOCAL TOP 5
1. Rock Recipes by Barry Parsons (Local Interest)
2. The Royal Newfoundland Regiment in the Great War by Frank Gogos (Local Interest)
3. I Want to Know if I Got to Get Married by Miles Frankel (Local Interest)
4. Hikes in Eastern Newfoundland by Mary Smyth (Local Interest)
5. Creatures of the Rock by Andrew Peacock (Biography)

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Kim Hart Macneill is a journalist and magazine editor whose work has appeared in This Magazine, Canadian Business, and East Coast Living. She divides her time between Halifax and Moncton.

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