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Métis journalist Leo Desroches has just been released from jail. Fortunately for him, he is re-hired at the paper to write a popular column about crime. It's summer, the city is hot and buzzing with mosquitoes and it's on track for a record number of homicides.…

The Traitors Of Camp 133

by Wayne Arthurson

|This title releases September 15, 2016

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A little known chapter of wartime Canada, the government maintained several German prisoner-of-war camps in Southern Alberta during World War ll. Camp 133 was one of these camps. Veteran guards were responsible for securing the perimeter but internal law and…

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Leo Desroches goes straight-off the streets, into the newsroom, and up to his neck in murder Marking the debut of Leo Desroches, one of the most unusual amateur detectives ever to appear in Canada or points south, this fast-paced, enthralling mystery is the story…

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Searching through the annals of North American history uncovers the diverse and astounding contributions by the Natives of the Americas who formed the world we know today. In the Shadow of Our Ancestors explores the rich history of the indigenous peoples of North…

A Killing Winter

by Wayne Arthurson

|November 26, 2013

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Gangs, gambling, and murder. Leo Desroches, a half-Cree, half-French Canadian reporter in Edmonton, Alberta, returns in A Killing Winter , the sequel to Wayne Arthurson's lauded debut murder mystery Fall from Grace . Leo, working undercover for a series of…

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Spirit Animals

by Wayne Arthurson

|November 29, 2012

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First Nations peoples and Native Americans in North America have long believed in the power of spirit animals or totems. They believed that these animals had lessons to teach and healing or inspirational powers: - One of the strongest spirit animals, the bear is…

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Our Aboriginal Elders tell of a time when animals and humans could speak to each other. When humans became too greedy and killed more animals than they needed for food, the Creator changed that relationship to protect the animals. So the Creator made a Spirit…