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  • Sharpening the Blade

    A World War One Novel

    series The Canadian Expeditionary Force #3
    In 1916 the Canadians’ rough edges were being honed off.First, in February, there is the tragic loss of the Parliament Buildings’ Centre Block by a suspicious fire. Then, in May, Lieutenant-General Alderson’s leaked memo damning the Ross Rifle ignites a political firestorm. After the Canadian Corps’ disaster at the St. Eloi carters, it doesn’t take long for Major-General Sam Hughes to replace ... Read more

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  • Hammering the Blade

    A World War One Novel

    series The Canadian Expeditionary Force #2
    The Canadians are being hammered on two fronts.On the home front, Sir Robert Borden’s government is being rocked by scandals. First it was the soldiers’ bad boots, then charges of graft and corruption in the militia department’s contracts, followed by the shell crisis. With an election in the air and the opposition pounding his minister of Militia and Defence, Major-General Sam Hughes, Borden is ... Read more

    $7.99 CAD or Free with Kobo Plus

  • Forging the Weapon

    A World War One Novel

    series The Canadian Expeditionary Force #1
    Who knew? In the fall of 1914, Canadians had earned a reputation as hard-drinking and poorly disciplined troops. No one expected much from them. Certainly not the British! All they wanted was a sharp salute as the men did what they were told.Prime Minister Sir Robert Borden and his Minister of Militia and Defence, Colonel Sam Hughes, had different ideas. Borden had no choice! When England declared ... Read more

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  • Fire on the Hill

    A World War One Suspense Novel

    What really happened on the night of February 3, 1916, when a fire destroyed the centre block of the Canadian Parliament buildings?Inspector Andrew MacNutt of the Dominion Police’s Secret Service, his wife Katherine, and Count Jaggi know, since they were there in the reading room when the fire started.Ever since the war began MacNutt has been struggling to secure Canada’s borders against acts of ... Read more

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