Sessional lecturer Mark Bourrie has reached a deal with Biblioasis, a Windsor-based publishing company better known for its Giller Prize and Governor-General Award-winning fiction for two biographies as part of its new national and international non-fiction program.. The first book, a study of the life of 17th century French explorer Pierre-Esprit Radisson, will be published in the fall of 2018. The second, on Globe and Mail founder George McCullagh, is slated for the fall of 2019. Bourrie’s last two books were published by HarperCollins Canada. Kill the Messengers: Stephen Harper’s Assault on Your Right to Know, was published in 2015. It was a Globe and Mail and Toronto Star bestseller and was listed as one of the Globe and Mail’s Top 100 Books of 2015. His 2016 book, The Killing Game: Martyrdom, Murder and the Lure of ISIS, made the Canadian Independent Stores bestseller lists and has been republished in India, Pakistan and Romania. Mark, who holds a PhD in History from the University of Ottawa, finished law school last spring and is now articling with a local firm.