Books by Michael Crummey

GALORE by Michael Crummey
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 29, 2011

"A lively, eccentric, mythmaking novel inspired by 200 years of Canadian history."
Ghosts, gangsters, mermen and a Christ-like healer who emerges from the belly of a beached whale are among the attractions in a boisterous, one-of-a-kind folk epic about feuding intermarried clans in Newfoundland. Read full book review >
RIVER THIEVES by Michael Crummey
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 19, 2002

"There's a literary renaissance underway just north of us, and Crummey's quite literally astonishing debut novel is one of the brightest jewels in its crown."
A little-known historical atrocity—the extinction of the Beothuk ("Red") Indians of central Newfoundland—becomes an authentic tragedy in this brilliantly constructed, immensely moving debut novel by an award-winning Canadian poet and short-story writer. Read full book review >