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Compelling tale should be a best seller

Book Review By Derryll White Indridason, Arnaldur (2017). The Shadow District. Iceland being the current bucket list champion of a lot of privileged travellers, Arnaldur…

Lead character personifies Nordic noir

Book Review By Derryll White Indridason, Arnaldur (2010). Strange Shores. Like many of Arnaldur Indridason’s works, ‘Strange Shores’ opens with an exploration of the harsh,…

At the Library

By Mike Selby Cranbrook Public Library In ‘Run The World,’ Becky Wade literally runs through nine countries to explore the diverse running cultures of the…

Feb. 14 travelogue features Iceland

Watch a stimulating photographic multi-media travelogue presentation on Iceland’s most popular trail ‘The Laugaveur Trail’ on February 14, at 7 p.m. at the College of…

Bud Abbott Bombed The Tirpitz

By Elinor Florence Based on a personal interview with Bud Abbott, plus a newspaper article written for The Cranbrook Townsman by freelance writer Ferdy Belland….

This is more than a mystery novel

Book Review By Derryll White Indridason, Arnaldur (2015). Oblivion. Some call Arnaldur Indridason the “king of Icelandic crime fiction.” He is a very good writer,…

An Icelandic Saga – in photos

Calgary/Columbia Valley photographer Cheryl Goodwin is presenting a photographic journey through Iceland at Pynelogs Cultural Centre Sept. 6. Goodwin is presenting a slideshow entitled An…