The buzzer is about to go on 2017, so why not catch up on some of the historical fiction and fantasy you might've missed before the clock strikes 12?
On December 6, 1917, two ships collided in Halifax Harbour. The resulting explosion was the most devastating man-made explosion until World War 2.
Melding fact and fiction, Stott's GHOSTWALK entangles us in not just paranoid conspiracies but also the messy, thorny silk skein of the human heart.
Remembering the Supreme Court's landmark decision in the anti-miscegenation case Loving v. Virginia, with further reading, on its 50th anniversary.