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This is Caversham Booksellers' 21st weekly e-newsletter. Thank you for reading.
1.  Greetings from Neil 
2.  New and featured CBT!
3.  Current hours and operations
4.  Parking!

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One of the greatest book lovers in the world popped by today. I had not seen her in person since before all the recent world events took shape. What an excellent start to the day!

I am trying to listen to more uplifting podcasts. This week's theme is a direct result of me routinely being lulled to sleep by true crime happenings. I must tell you that is no way to hit the hay.

In any event we have an excellent forensic section with some top shelf new releases to boot. We are also excited to be a part of CADDRA next weekend. It is a fortunate and happy soul who has frequent cause to knock on wood. We are that soul. . .so to speak.

Aren't you marvellous? Yes. Yes you are marvellous.

-Newsletter Neil
Caversham is open for browsing between 11am and 4pm from Monday through Saturday. 
 
1. Maximum of Three browsers in the store at a time.
2. Face masks must be worn at all times while inside Caversham.
3. Please observe social distancing and limit your browsing time so others can also pop in and share in your good taste.


Free shipping in Canada for all orders over $50 (pre-tax). For more details go here if you please.

One can still pick-up their order between 9 and 6, Monday through Saturday, the above times are specifically for in store browsing.
To park behind the store one must head north on Sussex Mews (from Harbord) and then west (left) on to Immergluck Lane. Ours is in the back closest to the back stairs of the building.
Some books that may be of interest!
Click here for a list of featured Forensic Psychiatry (and related) titles!

Canadian Landmark Cases in Forensic Mental Health
Graham Glancy and Cheryl Regehr

High profile legal cases involving individuals with mental health challenges often involve complex issues that confront previous decisions of the courts, influence or change existing social policies, and ultimately have a profound impact on the daily practice of mental health professionals and the lives of their patients. [More. . .]

Going Public: A Survivor's Journey from Grief to Action
Julie Macfarlane

It took Julie Macfarlane a lifetime to say the words out loud the words that finally broke the calm and traveled farther than she could have imagined. In this clear-eyed account, she confronts her own silence and deeply rooted trauma to chart a remarkable course from sexual abuse victim to agent of change. [More. . .]

Clinical Assessment of Malingering and Deception, Fourth Edition
Richard Rogers and Scott D. Bender (Eds)

Widely used by practitioners, researchers, and students—and now thoroughly revised with 70% new material—this is the most authoritative, comprehensive book on malingering and other response styles. Leading experts translate state-of-the-art research into clear, usable strategies for detecting intentional distortions in a wide range of psychological and psychiatric evaluation contexts, including forensic settings. [More. . .]

Nobody's Child: Poverty, Justice, and the Insanity Defense in America
Susan Nordin Vinocour

A powerful and humane exploration of the history of the "insanity defense," through the story of one poignant case.

When a three-year-old child was found with a head wound and other injuries, it looked like an open-and-shut case of second-degree murder. Psychologist and attorney Susan Vinocour agreed to evaluate the defendant, the child's mentally ill and impoverished grandmother, to determine whether she was competent to stand trial. [More. . .]

Invisible Trauma: Women, Difference and the Criminal Justice System
Anna Motz, Maxine Dennis, and Anne Aiyegbusi

Bringing together authors uniquely placed as experts in their fields, Invisible Trauma argues that it is essential to trace the traumatic roots of women’s violence and criminality. Powerful intergenerational factors perpetuate the cycles of offending and trauma re-enactment that current sentencing practice overlooks. The authors present a psychoanalytically informed account of the development of violence and other offending, identifying pathways for change to address trauma within the lives of these women and their children, and also to create a responsive, effective and sensitive workforce. [More. . .]

Highway of Tears
Jessica McDiarmid

A penetrating and deeply moving account of the missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls of Highway 16, and a searing indictment of the society that failed them.

For decades, Indigenous women and girls have gone missing or been found murdered along an isolated stretch of highway in northwestern British Columbia. The highway is known as the Highway of Tears, and it has come to symbolize a national crisis. [More. . .]

Red River Girl: The Life and Death of Tina Fontaine
Joanna Jolly

On August 17, 2014, the body of fifteen-year old runaway Tina Fontaine was found in Winnipeg's Red River. It was wrapped in material and weighted down with rocks. Red River Girl is a gripping account of that murder investigation and the unusual police detective who pursued the killer with every legal means at his disposal. The book, like the movie Spotlight, will chronicle the behind-the-scenes stages of a lengthy and meticulously planned investigation. It reveals characters and social tensions that bring vivid life to a story that made national headlines. [More. . .]

Sons of Cain: A History of Serial Killers from the Stone Age to the Present
Peter Vronsky

In Sons of Cain--a book that fills the gap between dry academic studies and sensationalized true crime--investigative historian Peter Vronsky examines our understanding of serial killing from its prehistoric anthropological evolutionary dimensions in the pre-civilization era (c. 15,000 BC) to today. [More. . .]
Announcing the Leading Edge Advantage Network!—The more you learn, the more you save! 

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to view all Fall/Winter webinars. To receive 15% off all webinars, after making your webinar selections, enter the code DL4Caversham in the Discount Code box upon checkout.  

October 19-20, 1-4:15 pm EDT: Understanding Reactions to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Insights from the Polyvagal Theory and the Oxytocin Hypothesis with Stephen Porges, PhD, and Sue Carter, PhD
Oct 20th 11:30-12:30 EDT: Microaggressions Q&A with Monnica T. Williams, PhD, ABPP and Matthew D. Skinta, PhD, ABPP
Oct 30th, 1:15-4:30pm EDT: How Mindfulness Can Enhance Our Well-Being and Be Applied to Couples Therapy with Caroline Welch and Ellyn Bader, PhD
 
Live webinars with Marshall Korenblum, Bonnie Miller, Noah Lazar, Natalie Zlodre, Liana Lowenstein, Andrea Warnick, Amy Gajaria, Nili R. Benazon, Lyndsey Davies, Geraldine Crisci, Megan Edgelow, Ross W. Greene, and more
Our spring catalogue of featured titles is still awesome and fully available!
You can request a copy here or here.
You can also peruse it immediately to the left on our home screen

Warm beverage time!
When not sitting atop guitar amps Xena enjoys reading Adam Phillips and, local hero, James Alcock.
This is Caversham Booksellers' 21st weekly e-newsletter. Thank you for reading.
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