The Globe 100: The Devil You Know by Elisabeth de Mariaffi and Beyond the Pale by Emily Urquhart

The Globe 100, a list featuring Globe editors and reviewers favourite reads of the year, has been revealed! We are thrilled to share that among the Globe’s 100 best books of 2015 are THE DEVIL YOU KNOW by Elisabeth de Mariaffi and BEYOND THE PALE by Emily Urquhart.

DMEDevilYouKnowCovPanelIn Elisabeth de Mariaffi’s literary thriller THE DEVIL YOU KNOW, a murderer’s arrest rings too close to home for a rookie reporter, bringing haunting memories of her childhood best friend’s unsolved murder – and a stalker – right to her doorstep.

Beyond the Pale cover imageBEYOND THE PALE by Emily Urquhart follows the author’s journey following the birth of her daughter, who is diagnosed with albinism, across North America and parts of Eastern Africa to discover how we explain human differences by examining a wide range of folklore and cultural beliefs.

Congratulations to Elisabeth and Emily, as well as to all the other authors on the list.

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The Globe Books 100

The Transatlantic Agency is thrilled to announce that THE SILENT WIFE by ASA Harrison, KEON AND ME by Dave Bidini, THE TRUTH ABOUT LUCK by Iain Reid, and SUSCEPTIBLE by Geneviève Castrée (Drawn & Quarterly) are all listed in The Globe 100, The Globe and Mail’s list of top 100 books of the year.

Best Canadian Fiction The Silent WifeA chilling psychological thriller about a marriage, a way of life, and how far one woman will go to keep what is rightfully hers.

Best Canadian Non-Fiction

The Truth About LuckA comic memoir about family connections, the passage of time, and what it truly means to feel lucky. Keon and MeHockey is the lens through which we see our lives. So it was for Dave Bidini the last year Dave Keon played in Toronto.
Best Comics SusceptibleA young artist’s efforts to mature are recalled with aching clarity.

We would also like to congratulate all the other authors on the list for their amazing work and contributions this year.