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  • The Country of the Blind


    When law student Sarah Yung is raped, she accuses Paul, long-time friend and fellow student, of the assault. Paul is escorted off campus and is barred from returning while his case is investigated. Protesting his innocence, Paul reaches out to ...

  • Amateurs


    In this, his third mystery novel, Norman Paterson’s talent is in full sail, taking us into a harbour that should be safe, a luxurious retirement community in Sothern Georgian Bay. But it is 2020. Ted, a resident of long, worldly experience, ...

  • Woven Web


    Woven Web is an Adult Mystery Novel that’s action-packed and a dizzyingly dark tale. There are tense moments and near-death experiences, to unspeakable loss, to moments of quiet grief and dread, and never a dull moment with Rebecca at the helm. ...

  • Murder 101


    Murder 101 opens with Professor Bruce Monroe and the new president of Northlake University on a hike in the mountains, near Vancouver. Two days later, the president is found dead in his office. The police call it a case of misadventure, but ...

  • The Call of the Wyldes


    THE CALL OF THE WYLDES is a murder mystery which explores how far people might stray to protect what they have, recover what they’ve lost or obtain what they want. It is like “Succession” but with the murder of a key family member. The Wyldes are a ...

  • All That Glisters Is Not Gold


    After the death of his beloved grandfather, Lucas Bitterman discovers he and his family have inherited a priceless collection of twenty-dollar gold pieces minted in the early twentieth century. The will also stipulated that Luke is the sole ...

  • Twisted Unraveled


    John Stilton peers down at a lifeless body after his murderer dragged it to its final resting place. His spirit cannot rest until it determines who committed this heinous act. Meanwhile his wife, Heather, types away at his uncompleted novel. John ...

  • The Curse Of The Moldavian Tango


    Dizzy Pollen is at the top of his game as a jazz bandleader and trumpet player in 1930s San Francisco. When his group is booked for a multi-country tour of Europe, he sets out on what he knows will be the trip of a lifetime. The tour takes them to ...

  • The Case of Mary-Rose

    A Leonard Stevenson Novel by

    Leonard Stevenson, a retired lawyer, and an indefatigable righter of wrongs, takes up the challenge again in The Case of Mary-Rose, the second book in the Stevenson series. Leonard leads the reader through Central America and the Caribbean as he ...