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Brutal...
Witty...
Outrageously Sensual...
Maybe too realistic...

One extraordinary Canadian of genius...
versus...
A ruthless American presidential candidate and the CIA

At stake: the energy and natural resources of an entire continent, the life of Adrian Dumas and the future of those he loves.

IMPRINT is a tale of international intrigue, CIA double-dealing, political corruption in high places, violence, sex and implacable determination.  Powerfully written with touches of deft humour and always with uncompromising realism, IMPRINT will keep you reading all night... and keep you wondering for days about the truth behind newspaper headlines!

Novel. First publication, 1978. Reprint, 1979, Canadian mass-market paperback format, New American Library-MacMillan, Toronto. Reprint, 1979, U.S. mass-market paperback, Warner Books, New York. Over 250,000 total copies sold in all editions. Optioned, film, Los Angeles. All rights available.



NUCLEAR FOULPLAY!

An elite Soviet terror team sent into Canada to take secret control of the country's destiny...

A multimillionaire mining mogul haunted by sexual guilt.

An exquisite Indian girl whose stunning beauty masked awesome spiritual powers...

All added up to an irresistible challenge and desperate danger for adventurer-hero Adrian Dumas as he plunged into a maze of venemous evil and sadistic violence... while the moving hand of horror snuffed out life after life, and deadly nuclear pollution drew doomsday nearer and nearer...

Novel. First publication, 1979. Reprint, 1980, Canadian mass-market paperback format, New American Library-MacMillan, Toronto. Reprint, 1980, U.S. mass-market paperback, Warner Books, New York. Over 200,000 total copies sold in all editions. Optioned, film, Los Angeles. All rights available.



Fiction. A "speculative history" of the military campaigns undertaken by Canada, Quebec and Aboriginals which "defined" the geographic borders of an independent Quebec. Based on the Author's research on military campaigns of Napoleon, Lemay, Bors-Komorowsky, Guevera and Regis Debray.

Published in 1995, but never distributed, by Dunvegan Press, Ottawa, in breach of contract. Electronic facsimile of 1995 edition is presently available but being revised and updated by Author.


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