My seventh novel
NEVER MARRY A FARMER
Two women are murdered a decade apart in the same area of the prairies. No witnesses. No motives. A skid mark at the scene of one, the only clue.
Mystery, romance and family are intertwined in this tale of greed, need and heartbreak set in the vast prairie region of southern Saskatchewan. It's the '60's. Corporations are buying farmland. Some farmers sell and find instant wealth. Some farmers don't sell and still prosper. Some farmers don't sell and die in the struggle to survive.
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I've enjoyed the book so much that I'm on my second reading - a thing I rarely do. I'm now looking forward to the next one.
Gill Foss - Ottawa
Author of Windows in Time
There is no doubt but that your book is one of the best I have read. Your people are real and several times I had tears in my eyes.
Joyce Fee – Peterborough
This romantic/suspense will make your heart beat a little faster and the pages turn a little quicker, you won't be able to put this book down.
Mari-Lou Jorgenson, Thunder Bay, Ontario
I just finished reading your new book The Wilderness and could hardly put it down. Ended up finishing it at 3 a.m. Great characters and really exciting! Congratulations.
Joan Shouldice, Ottawa, Ontario
I finished reading "Tomorrow's Promise" on my ride back from Florida. I only wish it was longer....as I enjoyed it very much and look forward to meeting you and getting a signed copy. Looking forward to your next book.
B. McLaughlin, G
Grimsby, ON / Naples, FL.
"A page turner that will keep you guessing over and over!"
Catina Noble Ottawa
Just read your new book, The Track. I thought it was terrific, please keep up the great work.
John I, Thunder Bay
Think I like The Track the best so far of all your books. I read from 9 to 12:30 last night and had to force myself to put it down and get some sleep.
Mary F, Ottawa
I much enjoyed The Track. I was sooo impressed with your knowledge of medicine and psychiatry and how you wove that into the story.
Francois M, Ottawa