Toronto Book Awards

Awarded annually by the city of Toronto to the author of the year's best fiction or non-fiction book "that is evocative of Toronto."

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When She Was Queen
When She Was Queen
When She Was Queen
Book Nominee, 2006
Nominees: M.G. Vassanji
Doctor Bloom's Story
Doctor Bloom's Story
Doctor Bloom's Story
Book Nominee, 2005
Nominees: Don Coles
Down to This: Squalor and Splendour in a Bigcity Shantytown
Down to This: Squalor and Splendour in a Bigcity Shantytown
Down to This: Squalor and Splendour in a Bigcity Shantytown
Book Nominee, 2005
Nominees: Shaughnessy BishopStall
Muriella Pent
Muriella Pent
Muriella Pent
Book Nominee, 2005
Nominees: Russell Smith
Natasha and Other Stories
Natasha and Other Stories
Natasha and Other Stories
Book Winner, 2005
Nominees: David Bezmozgis
The Heiress vs. The Establishment: Mrs. Campbell's Campaign for Legal Justice
The Heiress vs. The Establishment: Mrs. Campbell's Campaign for Legal Justice
The Heiress vs. The Establishment: Mrs. Campbell's Campaign for Legal Justice
Book Nominee, 2005
Nominees: Constance Backhouse and Nancy L. Backhouse
Mme. Proust and the Kosher Kitchen
Mme. Proust and the Kosher Kitchen
Mme. Proust and the Kosher Kitchen
Book Winner, 2004
Nominees: Kate Taylor
Old Toronto Houses
Old Toronto Houses
Old Toronto Houses
Book Nominee, 2004
Nominees: Tom Cruickshank
The Five Books of Moses Lapinsky
The Five Books of Moses Lapinsky
The Five Books of Moses Lapinsky
Book Nominee, 2004
Nominees: Karen X. Tulchinsky
The Perpetual Ending
The Perpetual Ending
The Perpetual Ending
Book Nominee, 2004
Nominees: Kristen den Hartog
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