George Connell


        Take four Arts students living in one apartment in Lower Westmount during the worst  snowstorm in Montreal history, a hockey playing dwarf named Cameron Mitchell, a holy apparition of Jesus and Mary, and a cursing priest in the person of Father Ferdinand Fortinbras, and you have some of the ingredients for The Rise and Fall of the House of Chumley. Now in its second printing, The Rise and Fall of the House of Chumley continues to entertain onychophagiists from 12 to 120.






Saint Thomas of Egmont suggests a world in which Saint Thomas the Disciple (Doubting Thomas) returns to plague the residents of a sleepy West Coast fishing Village. Non-stop action and humour abounds in George Connell's sophomore offering..





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