Nino Ricci is the author of Lives of the Saints, which won the Governor General’s Award and aired as a TV adaptation. This novel, the first in a trilogy, was followed by In a Glass House and Where She Has Gone, which was shortlisted for The Giller Prize. His next novel, Testament, won the Trillium Award and was shortlisted for the Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize, as well as the Commonwealth Prize. He won a second Governor General’s Award for his latest novel, The Origin of Species. Lives of the Saints was recently re-issued by Cormorant Press as a 25th anniversary special edition.
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