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  • It All Started With Lasagna

    The Life Story of Peter Mercanti and His Ingredients for Business Success, Leadership and Happiness by

    It All Started with Lasagna is a chance to get up close and personal with Peter Mercanti, a successful Hamilton businessman who came to Canada as an immigrant at age seven with his parents. With forthright honesty, Peter shares the story of his rise ...


  • Side Lake City

    A Memoir of a Mennonite Boy Coming of Age in a Sawmill Bush Camp in the 1950’s and 60’s by

    Side Lake City tells the true story of a Mennonite family’s sawmill camp in northern Alberta. Set in the 1950s and ’60s, it is the memoir of Cameron Esau’s early life. As a young boy, Cameron’s father and uncles form a lumber business. But ...


  • Chase for Cocaine’s High at All Time Low

    (Battle against cocaine being won?) by

    Law enforcement around the world have put a strangle-hold on the cocaine industry. As a result, drastic changes in the potency and physical properties of the cocaine available in the eastern Canadian market have occurred over the past 25+ years. Not ...


  • Born In Huronia

    Recollections of a Kid from Penetanguishene by

    On September 28, 1941, the same day that Robert Popple was born in Penetanguishene, Ontario, Ted Williams ended his baseball season with a .406 batting average, a MLB record that still stands today. Patterned after Mark Twain’s recently published ...


  • The Boy With The Scar

    A Tale of Rags, Riches, Romance & Retail by

    At a very young age, Vito Pirri was in a car accident and suffered from childhood cancer that scarred his face. At first, these scars defined him as he was bullied by peers and fell behind in school. But while Vito was falling behind academically, ...


  • 'Happy' Norman, Volume IV (1989-1998)

    Retail Treachery; U-Boats; Capers in Russia, China and the Caucasus; India Revisited; Two Beautiful Ladies; and Nyumbani by

    Volume IV of Keith Norman’s expansive and absorbing life story takes readers through the period 1989 –1998. Keith is already in his sixties, an age when most of us are thinking about slowing down, but Keith, if anything, is speeding up! This period ...


  • Those were the days of my life

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    "Those were the days of my life" is a book that relates stories to the reader, in a thoughtful, humorous and conversational way. The author colorfully communicates his life's adventures from a boy to a pilot, firefighter, father, entrepreneur and ...


  • Mastership

    The Journey From Bankruptcy to a New Life by

    In 1996 at the age of 48, Lorne Davidson declared bankruptcy and was forced to take a hard look at his life as a touring musician. With debts racking up and no answers in sight, he felt he had hit rock bottom. After a suggestion from his wife to try ...


  • Off the Beaten Path

    Autobiography of an Urban Planner's Sojourn Through Fourteen World Cities by

    Dr. John Taylor’s compelling memoir illustrates the life most people only dream of: traveling and living abroad while working in a profession that creates real change in the world. Off the Beaten Path tells the story of Taylor’s evolution from his ...


  • 'Happy' Norman, Volume III (1979-1989)

    Volume III - Chasing Gold, African Adventures, and a Love Fest by

    The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man in Letters to my Grandchildren and Other Friends Anyone who studies contemporary history, business and management or aspires to succeed in life without selling out on their values and dreams should read ...