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Allah, Liberty and Love

By Irshad Manji (Vintage, $20)

Ian Cameron Esslemont

Ian Cameron Esslemont

THE liberal Canadian Muslim issues a manifesto for a modern interpretation of her religion.

Cascadia's Fault

By Jerry Thompson (HarperCollins, $18)

A description of the potential earthquake and tsunami that could devastate North America.

Joyner's Dream

By Sylvia Tyson (HarperColins, $18)

THE Canadian singer-songwriter's first novel is a family saga that starts in 18th-century England and ends in present-day Toronto.

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