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June Callwood

Books written by June Callwood (1924-2007), journalist, author and social activist.

Callwood, June.
Part of the Canada's Illustrated Heritage series, which examines Canada decade by decade, this heavily-illustrated volume looks at the "twilight of a century" when the Victorian influence in Canada was passing, and great technological developments were on the rise.
Callwood, June.
The shocking story of Emma Woikin, the Canadian woman who spied for Russia in the Cold War.
Reviews the research, examines the origins and explores the human side of love, hate, fear, anger, courage, guilt, ambition, depression, anxiety and happiness.
Callwood, June.
Callwood, June.
An investigation into the notorious case of a sleepwalker who murdered a relative after a considerable drive in a car.
Callwood, June.
Twelve Weeks in Spring is the touching inspiring story of 68-year-old Margaret Frazer who in 1985 was facing a lonely battle with terminal cancer.
Callwood, June.
Written in 1981, this book offers the author's insights into how and why Canada developed the way it did, and where she thought it was going.
Callwood, June.
In 1993, the charming and cultured Charles Ssenyonga stood trial in Canada for knowingly infecting numerous women with HIV -- the virus that causes AIDS.
Callwood, June.
The author presents a sampling of some of the outstanding Canadians she interviewed on National Treasures, her Vision TV series, in the 1990's.
Callwood, June.
On July 4, 1988, CFL Hall of Famer Terry Evanshen was a happily married father of three with a successful second career in sales. After a tragic car accident, for two weeks Evanshen was in a coma, close to death. The Man Who Lost Himself is a fascinating and inspiring and unflinchingly honest story told by one of Canada's most skilful and compassionate writers.