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On the Night Table: Shannon Sampert

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This article was published 29/8/2014 (1088 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

Shannon Sampert

Politics and perspectives editor, Winnipeg Free Press

"I read using different devices for different activities. My bedtime read is a paperback: Kathy Reichs' newest book Bones of the Lost. This is the latest forensic whodunit with lead character Temperance Brennan and it's great, mindless entertainment. On my Kobo, I'm reading Tragedy in the Commons by Alison Loat and Michael MacMillan, featuring insightful interviews with former MPs about their jobs and their frustrations working on Parliament Hill. Finally, using Audible and my iPhone while trekking through North Dakota on a bike tour, I just finished Stephen King's Mr. Mercedes. Not a great book, but the hunt for a serial killer by a retired detective provided enough surprises to get me up some hefty hills."


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