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Canadian fiction, Assisted death, Assisted suicide, Religious activism, Canadian politics, Unconventional love story, contract killer

The Killing Farm
by Jay Newman




A remote, government-run facility in Saskatchewan called The Farm, offers terminally ill patients an opportunity to die on their own terms, and the sky is the limit. Some choose a quiet, peaceful passing, while others choose more elaborate, thriller-movie endings carried out by hired professionals. Operations are running smoothly for the facility’s manager, Captain Travis Hawkins, until two mysterious new clients arrive on the scene. Soon, terrorist threats by religious zealots are uncovered, dark secrets are revealed, a twisted contract killer sets his sights on his beautiful target, and the moral lines at The Farm become even blurrier than they already were.


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Jay Newman was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and raised in Calgary, Alberta. He is an electrician by trade and has been involved in theatre most of his life as an actor, director, and scriptwriter. He also enjoys writing parodies of popular song lyrics. He is married with two children and dreams of one day moving his family to Vancouver Island. The Killing Farm is his first novel.


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