Reader’s Corner: A lively novel sure to spark conversation

September’s Reader’s Corner comes from the Box of Delights Bookshop in Wolfville, NS

Relative-Happiness-Lesley-CreweRelative Happiness
by Lesley Crewe; $17.95 (pb)
9781771082099, 384 pp.
Nimbus Publishing, Movie Edition: June 2014

Easy to get into and hard to put down. Lexie Ivy is an endearing character; her kindness and insecurity will be recognizable to many. When she is forced to make a bittersweet romantic choice, readers will inevitably be divided. This book is certain to generate lively debate over whether the better man won.

~Hilary Drummond is a freelance editor and co-owner of the Box of Delights Bookshop in Wolfville, NS. She has previously worked at Shakespeare and Company (Paris), Atlantis Books (Greece) and Brill Publishing (Netherlands).

Purchase Relative Happiness online or click here to read an excerpt

Lesley CreweAbout the author:

Lesley Crewe is the author of Kin, Her Mother’s Daughter, Hit and Mrs., Ava Comes Home, Shoot Me, and Relative Happiness, which was shortlisted for the Margaret and John Savage First Book Award. Previously a freelance writer and columnist for Cape Bretoner magazine, she currently writes a column for Cahoots online magazine. Born in Montreal, Lesley lives in Homeville, Nova Scotia.

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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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