From the Great War to the Little Bighorn

More recent Canadian historical fiction

Text by Phil Koch

March 21, 2018

Following our list published last month, here are a number of additional new and recent Canadian historical fiction titles. The books mentioned here include stories about the expulsion of Acadians, the events that led Sitting Bull and his followers to Canada, the founding of our country’s capital city, a Canadian intelligence officer on the First World War’s Western Front, and a girl in Quebec’s orphanage system.

Chaudière Falls: A Novel of Dramatized History, by David Mullholland 

My True and Complete Adventures as a Wannabe Voyageur, by Phyllis Rudin

The Last Beothuk, by Garry Collins

Malcolm MacPhail’s Great War, by Darrell Duthie 

Piau: Journey to the Promised Land, by Bruce Murray

The Sitting Bull Affair: A Documentary Novel, by Robert Stewart

From This Valley: A Novel of the Canadian West, by Murray Harvey

The Home for Unwanted Girls, by Joanna Goodman 

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