A Mystery by T R Fenn
The battered, snow-covered body of a woman is found on the banks of the Ottawa River, across from the Parliament Buildings, launching a complex investigation led by Sergeant John Bass and Coroner Gen Simone. Discovered next to the body is a bag of ...
The Canada Project
by Claudia Cattaneo
When Elise, a star Wall Street journalist, is dispatched to Calgary to start covering the Canadian energy scene, she soon meets the charismatic John Hess, an oil company CEO who manipulates her into promoting his business to global investors. But ...
From Croft to Craft
by Graham Simpson
This book while fiction, is grounded on recorded truths and history of the times, portraying the story of a young crofter runaway, determined to lead his family out of the despair. Determined to pull his family together again and oppose the combined ...
From the Congo by Charles Thomas
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), inhuman conditions within its vast mining industry, and endemic corruption at the highest levels of government are hardly uncommon. But when native son, Jean Amani, rises to the role of minister of ...
The War Never Ended
by Lucinda Heck
Christian Wolff, an Austrian officer during World War I, returns home to Vienna a broken man. His marriage falls apart, he becomes an alcoholic and drug addict. He becomes friends with a fellow officer, Alfred, who was treated by Dr. Ernst Simmel, ...
by Gary O'Bright
When it comes to black gold in Oil Springs and Petrolia, Jack has seen it all. So, when the opportunity affords itself to share his tale of fortune and fame … sorry, his role in the mid-1800's discovery of oil in Canada and the subsequent black gold ...
Kill Per View
by A. G. Fleury
By 2039, the world population has reached a staggering eleven billion and crime is at its ultimate high. When six horrific massacres shock the world, a council of world leaders is born with the goal of adopting the death penalty worldwide. Herb and ...
A Path of Spears
by John C. Cairns
JOHN CAIRNS was one of the few Canadians to serve in the British Administrative Service of the United Nations Trust Territory of Tanganyika, then under British mandate. This novel of East Africa at a time of transition reflects his experience as a ...
by Gary J. Kirchner
Before we were all connected, before we were The Hive, there was individualism, privacy, ‘personal space’ . . . so quaint, so unnecessary . . . so dangerous . . . TOMMY PIERRE ANTIKAGAMAC, a star quarterback, is the most followed player in the ...
Doodleman and the Tail of Two Kingdoms
by E.S. Brocheski
Two fictional worlds exist side-by-side. One is home to a united population that follows science, inclusion, and common sense. The other is led by a want-to-be king who styles himself as the Emperor and is only interested in his own concerns. ...