Synopsis The story of the widow of a successful Toronto investment banker and her solo journey through Turkey, the Greek Islands and Cyprus.
Synopsis Almost sixty years after a fatal New Mexico military plane crash, the son of a victim seeks ANSWERS about the event. He hires a historian, Robert Jerzerski, Ph.D., from the State University of Southern Arizona, to find the answers, but another tragedy forces the investigator to engage a lawyer and a paramedic in the search.Together, this unlikely triumvirate meticulously pieces together clues surrounding a past event that is deeply shrouded in mystery. The result of their efforts is both surprising and dramatic and changes the lives of those involved.
Synopsis Beyond the Peat Marsh Road centers on the main character, Steven (Fekete) Black, a successful architect in Toronto who wishes to sell the family farm that his reclusive mother, Maria Fekete refuses to concede to the powerful industrialist, Don Williams.Mysteriously a sudden interest emerges by land speculators for properties surrounding the polluted Fekete farm.Black's second mission is to revenge all the old hurts suffered from bullying discrimination in his school years and the interference with his first love, Laura Dawson from his antagonists Lloyd Dudley, now the mayor, and Keith Majors, a prosperous contractor.Steven meets with Frank Bartok, his cousin the lawyer; Stanley Cibik, a realtor and boyhood friend; and Ross Tyrone, a contractor who was a major force in his early life. Interviews reveal what molded Black into a cold, calculating enigma.Black resolves to discredit his enemies and gain a profitable advantage over the manipulative Don Williams, the owner of Williams Steel.A classic story of the meek triumphing over the strong!
Synopsis Recommended for ages 12 and up, including adultsSet in the wilderness of northern Ontario, the lone wolf of this story earned the name of 'Big Paw' from an area resident who made his living trapping. Although the trapper could only catch glimpses of the wolf at a distance, it gave him the opportunity to examine the wolf's paw prints left behind. They were as big as coffee cup saucers, bigger than the prints of any local timber wolves.The rumour of a large 'lone wolf' in the wilderness can be very exciting and compelling to a prospector new to the area and who had only seen one caged up in a municipal zoo. Having seen a captured wolf made him wonder what this exquisite animal would be like if given his freedom, released back into the wilderness? Would the prospector encounter 'Big Paw' face to face, since he was such a shy wolf, or just be fortunate enough to see his tracks, wondering if 'Big Paw' was hidden near-by watching and waiting'?
Synopsis Historian Robert Jerzerski, Ph.D, and other aviation crash explorers are employed to locate and investigate a civilian plane crash site northwest of Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. Findings there are key to a series of client family relationships dating back more than 45 years that now may produce serious unintended consequences. Meanwhile, Nan Barosa, Dr. Jerzerski?s associate, experiences life changes and events that cause her to re-evaluate herself and her position in life. Both independent stories merge when two people get together and try to put their lives into perspective.Mystery, drama, relationships and action; this book has it all.