— 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.