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Giller Prize-the Inside Scoop

The Scotiabank Giller Prize is the biggest book award in Canada. Books producer, Erin Balser will give us the inside scoop on the Giller- past, present and future. Although the short list won't be announced until next Tuesday, Erin shares her best guesses about which books she thinks will be in the running for Canada's top non-fiction prize.

Erin's top five list: "Caught," by Lisa Moore, "Emancipation Day," by Wayne Grady, "The Orenda," by Joseph Boyden, "The Woman Upstairs," by Claire Messud, and "How to Get Along With Women," by Elisabeth de Mariaffi.

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