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  • The Legacy of Terry Fox and John Morton

    Solving the Mystery on How They Met by

    How does Vancouver’s first settler John Morton impact the life of Terry Fox when they never met? The solution to this riddle is the objective of the book. The process that brings this about takes the reader through romance, tragedy and purpose. For ...


  • '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 ...


  • 'Happy' Norman, Volume II (1958-1979)

    Nuclear Assignments, Caribbean Mishaps and Mid-Life Crises by

    The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man in Letters to my Grandchildren and Other Friends In Volume II the 30 year old Keith returns to the UK and begins a career as Commercial Director in the UK Atomic Energy Authority. When, after 13 years, the ...


  • ‘Happy’ Norman, Volume I (1927-1957)

    Give Me The Child… and I Will Give You The Man by

    The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man in Letters to my Grandchildren and Other Friends “Give me the child… and I will give you the man” is the first of five volumes that constitute the autobiography of Keith Norman. Having approached an age ...


  • If the Rocks Could Talk

    The stories they might tell by

    The St Lawrence River, a constant presence during the author’s childhood, serves as a backdrop to her personal stories, along with inherited anecdotes from her older siblings. Rollande’s close relationship with her family depicted through vivid ...


  • Unchagah

    Life by the Upper Peace River before the Dams, 1928 – 1932” by

    In 1928 Henry Stott, accompanied by his younger brother Tom, set sail from England to Canada. He left behind a comfortable life in England and an education in classics to spend five years living in the remote Upper Peace River country of British ...


  • Cold War Warrior

    Canadian MI-6 Agent Lawrence Fox by

    Lawrence Fox was born and raised in Midland, Ontario and enlisted in the RCAF in 1952. Distinguished by his outstanding marksmanship from the beginning of his military career, he was selected immediately as a candidate for dangerous espionage work ...


  • That Lucky Old Son

    Re-discovering My Father Through His World War II Bomber Command and POW Experiences by

    A moving work of autobiographical fiction, That Lucky Old Son takes readers on a journey of adventure, danger, and self-discovery as the author weaves his own memories with his father’s experiences in Bomber Command with No. 158 Squadron RAF during ...


  • Farm Boy To Fly Boy

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    From his childhood growing up in Depression-era rural Manitoba to his rise through the ranks to become a colonel in the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), Col Gordon Brennand’s memoir, Farm Boy to Flyboy, is as much a history of the RCAF in the ...


  • To Climb a Mountain

    Growing Up in the Canadian West: Adventure Amid Turmoil and History by

    In the early 1900s, the dream of owning their own land draws thousands of immigrants to the Canadian West. One of them is Billy King, an adventurous youngster who emigrates from England with his family to a rough-and-tumble Saskatchewan town and ...