Don Gillmor

Don Gillmor wrote the bestselling two-volume history of Canada, Canada: A People’s History, and his debut novel, Kanata, was published to critical acclaim. Gillmor has also written nine children’s books, two of which were nominated for a Governor General’s Literary Award. An accomplished journalist, he was a senior editor at The Walrus, a contributing editor at Saturday Night and Toronto Life and is the winner of ten National Magazine Awards. Gillmor presents Mount Pleasant, in which Harry Salter’s father has passed away and left him $4200 instead of the millions he expected. Desperate to relieve the weight of his debts, Harry attempts to find out what happened to the money.

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