Ricci, Nino

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Nino Ricci is author of the Lives of the Saints trilogy, which includes the novels Lives of the Saints, In a Glass House, and the Scotiabank Giller Prize finalist Where She has Gone. He is also the author of Testament (2002), winner of the Trillium Prize, and The Origin of Species (2008), winner of the Governor General’s Literary Award for Fiction. Nino Ricci lives in Toronto with his wife Erika de Vasconcelos and their children.
 


Books by the Author

Lives of the Saints - Nino Ricci
ISBN 9781897151358 | 5.5" x 8.5" | TPB | $20

Winner of the 1990 Governor General's Literary Award For Fiction
Winner of the 1990 W.H.Smith/Books in Canada First Novel Award
Winner of the 1990 F.G. Bressani Literary Prize for Prose
Winner of the 1991 Winifred Holtby Prize for Best Regional Novel
Winner of the 1991 Betty Trask Award for Fiction
Shortlisted for the 1991 Los Angeles Times Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction


Nino Ricci’s classic bestseller is a poignant coming-of-age story and a searing look at a post-war Italy. (read more)
Lives of the Saints: Twentieth Anniversary Edition - Nino Ricci
illustrations by Tony Urquhart
ISBN 9781897151976 | 6.25" x 9.25" | HC | $36

Winner of the 1990 Governor General's Literary Award For Fiction
Winner of the 1990 W.H.Smith/Books in Canada First Novel Award
Winner of the 1990 F.G. Bressani Literary Prize for Prose
Winner of the 1991 Winifred Holtby Prize for Best Regional Novel
Winner of the 1991 Betty Trask Award for Fiction
Shortlisted for the 1991 Los Angeles Times Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction


A hardcover commemorative edition featuring new materials, including chapters previously excised and a travel essay by Nino Ricci, illustrations by Tony Urquhart, and an introduction by Steven Hayward. (read more)