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Byron Rempel

Byron Rempel

Byron Rempel is a novelist, editor and journalist. His first novel, True Detective, was published in 1997; his next book, Truth is Naked: All Others Pay Cash, an "autobiographical exaggeration", was published in 2005. It was named one of the Globe & Mail's Best Books of 2006 and was also a finalist for that year's Mavis Gallant Prize for Non-Fiction.

Byron's journalism has appeared in The National Post, Saturday Night Magazine, and Discovery Travel Online, among many media. He has edited books ranging from Belizean school textbooks to Saskatchewan mysteries. He is an active member of the Quebec Writers' Federation.

No Limits won the International Skiing History Association's ULLR Award in Aspen, Colorado in 2008 and was named a finalist for the Mavis Gallant Prize for Non-Fiction in Quebec. It has received many favorable reviews, was featured on the front page of the Globe & Mail and has now been translated into French. Byron lives in the Laurentians and is working on his second novel.

"...a loving tribute...profusely illustrated..liberally sprinkled with sidebars and anecdotes about Canadian amateur sport, and the place of women in it throughout the years." - Montreal Gazette

"Rempel's account of the twins' charmed lives and their impact on Canadian ski history is definitely a must-read in front of the fire this season." - Canadian Ski Magazine

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