Roy MacGregor

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Roy MacGregor is a Canadian author of fiction and non-fiction. He grew up in Huntsville, Ontario.[1] His work tends to focus on Canadian topics; Shelagh Rogers has dubbed him the "heir to Peter Gzowski". He has a longstanding interest in the life of Tom Thomson, and has written both a novel and a biography exploring the artist's life and mysterious death.[2]

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RoyMacGregor talks about Northern Light on Bookbits radio.
  • Northern Light. Random House, Canada, 2010.
  • Home Team: Fathers, Sons and Hockey
  • A Life in the Bush
  • Canadians: A Portrait of a Country and Its People
  • Canoe Lake
  • Screech Owls
  • Valley Christmas (Burnstown, On.: General Store Publishing Co., 1996)

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