Books by James W. Nichol

TRANSGRESSION by James W. Nichol
Released: Sept. 22, 2009

"The long-awaited climax, though heart-rending, is too anticlimactic to resolve the knotty problems the story has posed. But Nichol makes a persuasive case that it couldn't possibly have done so no matter what."
Slow-motion calamity awaits a girl in occupied France who falls in love with a member of the occupying army. Read full book review >
MIDNIGHT CAB by James W. Nichol
Released: Jan. 1, 2005

"A highly effective thriller that freshens familiar scenes, dodges, and themes by fleshing them out with an appealingly new cast."
The Canadian playwright's first novel, based on his own radio drama and first published in his native country in 2002, traces the links across a generation between two lost boys. Read full book review >