The Demon Dragonfly & the Burning Wheel by Peter Fergus-Moore

The Demon Dragonfly & the Burning Wheel

byPeter Fergus-Moore

Paperback | October 22, 2008

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During the Great Depression in Canada, mysterious happenings and unexplained appearances have the Lake Superior city of Port Arthur on edge. The police are baffled.  With snappy dialogue this vintage spy thriller takes place in the gritty wild days of the pre-Second World War Canadian Lakehead and features a Humphrey-Bogard-like hero, the roguish but congenial Laurence Speke.  Northeners have been waiting for someone to write a 'Superior' mystery adventure and author Peter Fergus-Moore has delivered an edgy thriller with plenty of unexpected twists and turns.

About The Author

Originally from London, Ontario, Peter Fergus-Moore has lived in Northwestern Ontario for over fifteen years. He has written for the Winnipeg Free Press, Thunder Bay Chronicle-Journal and Lake Superior Magazine. After years of human interest and arts journalism, he has turned his writing to fiction in his first novel, The Demon Dragonf...
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Title:The Demon Dragonfly & the Burning WheelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:140 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.75 inPublished:October 22, 2008Publisher:Eolipile PublicationsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:096883552X

ISBN - 13:9780968835524

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"Peter Fergus-Moore has crafted an intriguing, hell-bent-for-leather novella, full of surprises......Transposing his considerable journalistic talents to the field of modern fiction, he sets a fast-paced narrative and bids us hang on for dear life. His imagination is impressive, his cast of characters recognizable. As unique as he is, he evoke dthe best of Kerouac, Spillane and Mailer."  Bill MacDonald, author of Shadows at Sunset."Superbly-written, it is a compelling read for all mystery afficionados."  Elle Andra-Warner, journalist/photographer and author of Canadian best-sellers, including Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald, The Mounties, and Life in a Thundering Bay: Voices from Thunder Bay's Past.