The Bad Canadian

IN A PLACE OF PEACE
DURING A TIME OF WAR
THE UNFORGIVEN WILL NOT GO FORGOTTEN.

Edenville, 1940.

In a rural hamlet where the majority of men are overseas to fight Hitler’s Nazi war machine, someone is killing veterans of the first world war.

Wartime Special Constable ‘Lame’ Eddie Sommers, a crippled rich boy and the butt of derision, is doing his best to fill a uniform he believes in, yet wears too large. Inexperienced and out of his depth, he turns to a former detective and veteran of the western front for assistance.

Involving Marshall Geary might be his biggest mistake.

Marshall wears a copper mask, as much to hide behind as to conceal his disfigurements. He struggles against howling flashbacks and the lingering stench of his own concealed crimes.

In a town meant for sanctuary, repressed horrors awaken like worms in a collapsing coffin. The closer they get to the truth, the nearer everyone is dragged to their limits, their failings and their buried pasts.

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LenBIO.JPGLeonard G Mokos resides in rural Ontario, on the shores of Lake Huron.  He has been, among other things, director of security for the largest hotel in the commonwealth and a stock trader. You can usually find him hiking through Amish and Mennonite country. He enjoys the outdoors in everything from snorkel to skiis, according to the season, unless he’s at home reading, writing and enjoying family life. His latest novel, “The Bad Canadian”, is an historical murder mystery series set in Edenville. He is currently at work on his latest novel.

The Bad Canadian is available now.   https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M70SCQ0

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