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Be Kind, Be Calm, Be Safe
Bonnie Henry
Hardcover | Mar 2021
on order $26.95
(releases Mar 9 2021)
Four Hundred Souls
Ibram X Kendi
Hardcover | Feb 2021
on order $42.00
(releases Feb 2 2021)
A Thousand Ships
Natalie Haynes
Paperback | Jan 2021
1 in store $23.99
(more on order)
How to Change Everything
Naomi Klein
Hardcover | Feb 2021
on order $21.99
(releases Feb 23 2021)
William Gibson
Paperback | Jan 2021
on order $23.00
(releases Jan 26 2021)
Anne Enright
Paperback | Feb 2021
on order $21.00
(releases Feb 9 2021)
The Centaur's Wife
Amanda Leduc
Paperback | Feb 2021
on order $24.95
(releases Feb 16 2021)
The Paris Library
Janet Skeslien Charles
Paperback | Feb 2021
on order $24.99
(releases Feb 2 2021)
The Rock from the Sky (Canadian Edition)
Jon Klassen
Hardcover | Apr 2021
on order $24.99
(releases Apr 13 2021)
Camino Winds
John Grisham
Paperback | Feb 2021
on order $12.99
(releases Feb 23 2021)

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Howdy folks,
friendly neighbourhood bookstore here.

On January 23rd, we will be re-opening to the public in compliance with the health regulations of the province of Manitoba.

Our in store maximum will be six (6) customers

Everyone will be required to wear a mask
Everyone will be asked to sanitise their hands at entry

Everyone will be asked screening questions upon arrival

Everyone will be asked to maintain two meters (6 ft) from others.

If you are unwilling or unable to comply, you are welcome to order books for delivery, or curbside pickup.

For those who do not feel comfortable entering the shop, contactless pickup and delivery are also available to you. 

We ask that customers be patient with us as we work to maintain a safe workplace when we re-open.  This will be particularly the case for those who wish to sell us books, as we will be working through the backlog of people who have already expressed interest or made appointments.

For those who have been waiting to make exchanges on holiday gifts, we will be happy to make those exchanges up to two weeks after the official day of re-opening.

Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.  We are available by phone (204 284 9100), or email us at,

Thank you so much for the wonderful support that you have shown us in these times

Stay Safe, 

Whodunit Bookshop

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Featured Children's Book - "Louis Riel Day"See more
From time to time, we are going to try and feature some of the growing number of great new juvenile titles that are showing up in our shop.  In 2021, we are also trying to feature more local authors.  With "Louis Riel Day" by Deborah L Delaronde, we get to do both.

Beautifully accompanied by Sheldon Dawson's illustrations, Delaronde's poem is a wonderful introduction to the Fur Trade for children of any age.  More importantly, it also presents critical information about the Metis peoples, Louis Riel, and the importance of both to the development of the province of Manitoba & Western Canada.  

Released in time for long weekend that bears its name, "Louis Riel Day" will hopefully find its way onto your shelves, especially in a year where more public gatherings to celebrate the founder of the province will be difficult.

Featured Non-Mystery - Children of Ash and ElmSee more
There is something about winter that brings Canadians to images of warm fires, soft blankets and thick books.  There is also something about Vikings that evokes frost, cold, and darkness.  For our winter non-fiction feature, therefore, it seemed appropriate that we have choose "Children of Ash and Elm" by Neil Price.

This book is a thorough re-examination of both what the public and academia "know" about Vikings.  Drawing from archaeological and historical sources (some from much further afield than you would think), Dr Price challenges the perceptions of those Norse who moved out of Scandanavia and into the outside world.  He concisely (yes, even at 550 pages it is concise) and entertainingly moves through each chapter dispensing with old tropes and providing new details on a wide breadth of subject regarding these ancient peoples.  

Disclosure: Dr Price was the head of Archaeology when Michael was still a student at Aberdeen.  He is one of the leading proponents of the Collateral Biography theory Michael used in his PhD, and was the internal invigilator on his PhD defense.  

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