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  • 1% Hatred

    by

    In this gripping memoir, retired Ontario Provincial Police officer Dan Rocheleau shares highlights from his early life and his many years working for various departments in Ontario and Quebec. After his training at police college in Brampton and ...


  • Samsara

    Between Two Worlds by

    Narrow escapes, near-death experiences and nail-biting anxiety follow international hash smuggler Jack O'Brian around the world during the seventies and eighties as he wends his way through the global drug subculture. What started out as a short ...


  • All Eyes On Me

    A True Story of Addiction, Recovery, and Hope by

    Drugs, gangs, crime, doing time. Vincent Lillie desperately wanted to escape the cycle that was slowly killing him, and the first step was leaving the very gang he had depended on for love and acceptance. The price for escape? A beating so brutal, ...


  • 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 ...


  • It Will Get Tough

    Cops & Bikers by

    The motorcycle club life style has been wild and woolly from the beginning. I've written about some wild and sometimes violent times. I have also tried to put a light on some of the corruption and underhanded dealings by some authorities. One ...


  • Kazoonie

    by

    This book is the story of a young man who lived in Victoria which is the capital city of British Columbia Can. He was a member of a family of five children the brood of English immigrants and the only one who turned out to be a hooligan and all ...


  • In The Presence of My Enemies

    A True Story by

    Raised in poverty, forced from his home, and left to find his own way at a young age, Clive Kinlock struggled to keep himself alive, resorting to substance abuse to cope. Realizing the streets of New York City would never allow him to leave that ...


  • Being Bertha

    How a Wayward Woman Became a Local Legend by

    The Ekelund family moved to Canada in 1903 and settled in what is now Southern Alberta when Bertha, their sixth child was only five years old. Growing up in a family that was torn apart by the tragedy of their mother’s death, Bertha developed an ...


  • Cop

    Forty-Three Years In The Royal Canadian Mounted Police by

    COP is the true story of Bill Sharp’s service in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police from 1968 to 2011. For over forty-three years he served in British Columbia where he upheld the law in Trail, Burnaby, Castlegar, Surrey, North Vancouver, Coquitlam ...


  • Kick Start

    Memories of an Outlaw Biker by

    1969, a time of rebellion. I joined the Barons MC. This is that story through the 1970’s, the men, the women, and the cops. We stopped the feds from blackmailing the states into requiring helmet laws. We surrounded the U.S. Capital Building two deep ...