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Fall is here at Sutherland House! Our authors are diving into big ideas, from politics and culture to health and history
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Fall is here at Sutherland House! Our authors are diving into big ideas, from politics and culture to art and health. Here\’s what you can expect from us in the coming months…


The fall season begins with Paul Woods\’ Year of the Rocket, the true story of how Wayne Gretzky, John Candy, and tycoon Bruce McNall bought the Toronto Argonauts in 1991 and created one of the wildest seasons in sports history.


Later in September, esteemed medical professional Dr. Elaine Chin helps us to Welcome Back! the outside world after almost two years of pandemic lockdowns; you\’ll learn how to recover your health, quit the bad habits that you picked up while locked down, and emerge better, wiser, and stronger.


And then there\’s something completely different: Jaime Weinman\’s Anvils, Mallets & Dynamite is a deep dive into the history and personalities behind Warner Bros.\’ legendary Looney Tunes characters. Find out how Bugs Bunny was created and all the little wars, struggles, and creative explosions that led to these iconic cartoons. Emily Nussbaum, Pulitzer Prize-winning TV critic at The New Yorker, calls the book \”brilliant and insightful\” and \”wildly entertaining.\”


Finally, a powerful investigation into one of today\’s most compelling, sobering, tense stories: The Two Michaels is a profound account of why two Canadians are currently sitting in a Chinese prison, with little knowledge of what happens next. How did they get there, and what does this mean for the future of politics and the strained relationship between China and the West?

We\’re so proud to be releasing these books, and we know that you\’ll be fascinated, entertained, and moved by every page!






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