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Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - ARTS & LIFE -

— A best­seller upon its re­lease last year in France, this in­ves­tiga­tive work fo­cuses on a Libyan teenager who was kept in sex­ual slav­ery by the coun­try’s late and un­la­mented for­mer dic­ta­tor. Due Sept. 3.

— The Al­berta-born TV jour­nal­ist re­counts her har­row­ing ex­pe­ri­ence as a cap­tive for 460 days in So­ma­lia, where she was shack­led, starved and raped. Due Sept. 3.

— The ac­com­plished Cana­dian his­to­rian and lit­er­ary bi­og­ra­pher ( Gold Dig­gers, Mrs. King) turns her fem­i­nist eye to the 18-year-old maid who con­fessed to killing the scion of a prom­i­nent Toronto fam­ily in 1915. Due Sept. 6.

— The long­time for­mer edi­tor of the Maclean’s mag­a­zine uni­ver­si­ties edi­tion has used her own ex­pe­ri­ence with drink­ing to fash­ion a book out of a se­ries of ar­ti­cles com­mis­sioned by the Toronto Star. Due Sept. 24.

— The out­spo­ken Bri­tish athe­ist and ar­guably the most fa­mous au­thor­sci­en­tist cur­rently writ­ing tells his life story up to the pub­li­ca­tion of his land­mark first book in 1976, The Self­ish Gene. Due Sept. 24.

— The Cana­di­an­born author of Out­liers and The Tip­ping Point ex­plores why big is not al­ways bet­ter. Due Oct. 1.

— The leg­endary Bos­ton Bru­ins de­fence­man and proud son of Parry Sound, Ont., fi­nally comes through with the mem­oir of his un­par­al­leled hockey ca­reer, which ended in 1978 when he was 31. Due Oct. 15.

— This anal­y­sis of the PM and his years in power by the national af­fairs colum­nist for Maclean’s is bound to be a light­ning ht­ning rod for both left and right. Due Oct. 22.

— Canada’s cur­rent sci­en­tific heart­throb tells the story of how a boy from Stag Hill, Ont., be­came the David Bowie-loving com­man­der of the In­ter­na­tional Space Sta­tion. Due Oct. 29.

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