Return to Kirk's Landing: A Novel by Mike Young

Return to Kirk's Landing: A Novel

byMike Young

Paperback | December 8, 2016

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Dave Browne, a former big city undercover cop, is hoping to finally settle into a peaceful new life as police chief in a small northern Canadian town. When he'd first arrived in the middle of winter, he’d relied on both his ability to disappear, and his new First Nations friends, to solve an unsolved murder, expose corruption at the local mill, and defeat an evil spirit. Now it’s summer, and he’s planning on being just a regular cop, worrying about things like jaywalking tourists and loud cottage parties. Unfortunately, parts of his past reappear, and he’s confronted with a biker gang, drugs, another murder, and a demonic possession. It's now time for him to face the benefits and limitations of his unique ability, changing both it and himself in the process.

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Mike was born and raised in Kirkland Lake, a small northern mining town with a nearby First Nations reserve. He grew up with a love of the north, winter or summer, exploring the surrounding woods with his friends, and his grandfather. He moved down south in his 20's to follow a career in quality management, but his real pleasure was st...

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Title:Return to Kirk's Landing: A NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:314 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.66 inPublished:December 8, 2016Publisher:Mike YoungLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1928049478

ISBN - 13:9781928049470

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Return to Kirk's Landing has all the excitement and intrigue you can handle and more. The characters are unique and engaging, and the story, with its surprises around every corner, will take you on a wild ride you will never forget. - Joyce Juzwik, Olive Branch, MississippiLike Hamish Macbeth, Dave Browne must deal with quirky small town citizens and violent big city crime, with a splash of the supernatural. -Patty Archer, Toronto.