366 Bay Street
Toronto, ON  M5H 4B2
Tel. 416-361-0032

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Welcome to Ben McNally Books

Dear Friends;

We'll be closed for the long weekend,
Saturday August 30 through Monday September 1, opening again for business September 2. I share your astonishment that the summer has gone by at such a dizzying pace. Go Figure!

On a separate note, it appears that we're supposed to do something about our mailing lists to comply with anti-spam legislation. Since we have never added anyone to the mailing lists unless they expressly asked us to do so, we think we're clear with the legislation. Once we figure out how to let you unsubscribe with ease we'll send you something.

Please let us know if you don't want to receive our admittedly sporadic e-mails any longer.

Monday-Friday 10-6, Saturday (except long weekends) 11-5. Closed Sunday.

The Bay Street bus stops at our door.


Upcoming Events

Globe and Mail/Ben McNally Books Authors' Brunch

Sunday, September 14, 2014 - 10:00am

King Edward Hotel

Brunch takes place in the Vanity Fair Ballroom on the 2nd floor of the King Edward Hotel. Tickets are $50.00 each (taxes included).

Please call us at (416) 361-0032 with your credit card information to reserve a ticket.

Special Event

You're Not Dead Until You're Forgotten: A Memoir by John Dunning & Bill Brownstein

Thursday, September 11, 2014 - 6:30pm

Ben McNally Books

Hosted by: Ben McNally Books

Please join McGill-Queen's University Press and Ben McNally Books in celebrating the launch of You're Not Dead Until You're Forgotten: A Memoir by John Dunning and Bill Brownstein on Thursday, September 11th at 6:30 pm. Admission is free and everyone is welcome.


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The (Complete) Story of a Crime

Free Falling. As If In a Dream

by Leif G.W. Persson


With the publication this month of Free Falling, As If In a Dream English speaking readers can finally read, in its entirety, one of the most ambitious literary police procedurals ever crafted.
This is a fictionalized account of the assassination of Swedish Prime Minister Olaf Palme and the subsequent bungled and compromised investigation into it, told from inside the Swedish Police Services.