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March 2017 Top 5 Reads from Atlantic Canada

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Check out the top 5 best-selling books at Chapters-Indigo in each Atlantic province.

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Who is Capable of Murder? An Excerpt from Debra Kumar’s Black River Road

in #82 Winter 2016/Excerpts/History/Non-fiction by

Philly was visibly relieved to see Maggie arrive alone.

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What Makes a Murderer?

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What makes a murderer? What role, if any, should the accused’s character play in a court of law? Join Debra Komar, forensic anthropologist and award-winning author of Black River Road, for a look at how an historical case of murder in the Maritimes shows why treating character as evidence remains one of Canada’s most controversial legal issues.   This event is free and open to the public. Books will be available for purchase courtesy of Westminster Books.

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What Makes a Murderer?

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What makes a murderer? What role, if any, should the accused’s character play in a court of law? Join Debra Komar, forensic anthropologist and award-winning author of Black River Road, for a look at how an historical case of murder in the Maritimes shows why treating character as evidence remains one of Canada’s most controversial legal issues.   Sponsored by the Lorenzo Society, the New Brunswick Historical Society, and the Department of History and Politics, University of New Brunswick Saint John. This event is free and open to the public. Books will…

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Writing Crime with Debra Komar

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Are you an author with an interest in writing true crime or fictional murder mysteries? Join forensic anthropologist and award-wining author Debra Komar as she leads participants through the structure and flow of an investigation. Learn about the technical aspects of autopsies and crime scenes, as well as research methods in forensic and legal issues. Pre-registration is recommended. Visit http://foglit.ca for details.   Sponsored by Fog Lit.

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Author Sleuths

in #72 Spring 2013/Features by

A passion for research puts the investigative prowess of authors Debra Komar, Tom Badcock and Ruth Holmes Whitehead to good use

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Charlottetown: The town that reads together

in #78 Summer 2015/Features by

For one week in May, the National Reading Campaign transformed Charlottetown into Reading Town Canada

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