Published Works

Victor Daly has it made. Bachelor, lawyer, owner of a posh penthouse in Vancouver’s trendy False Creek neighborhood, he’s the classic up-and-comer who’s arrived. But there are fault-lines running through the foundations of his pefect world, and they’re about to crack wide open. This psychological thriller will follow Victor’s downward spiral as he discovers a past he and his adoptive parents have avoided for 30 years. Their ideal world implodes when the image of Crystal Doer appears on the evening news. Crystal had disappeared from her suburban Vancouver home 35 years earlier, and no trace of her has ever been found. Victor knows who she is, though. He can’t deny it.

Einstein Dog (Published, Thistledown Press, 2009) – Bertrand Smith’s father, Alex, thinks he’s making the world a better place by developing a breed of super-intelligent canines. But SMART Dogs turn out not to be such a good idea when a global arms dealer decides to ‘dognap’ the experimental litter to market as his next secret weapon.
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Blowdown (Published, Cover to Cover, 2013) – Blowdown was written shortly after a devastating storm that struck Stanley Park in December 2006, knocking over gigantic Douglas firs as if they were bowling pins. It’s the story of the relationship between a boy and Spirit Bird, an old woman who inhabited the park for centuries and knew everything there was to know about the creatures, plants and trees of ‘The Place Between the Waters’.
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Josh & the Magic Vial (Published, Thistledown Press, 2006) – Josh Dempster, his friend Millie Epp and a streetwise kid named Ian Lytle find themselves at the center of an adventure that pits them against a subterranean power named Vortigen, ruler of the Sydean dimension. With the help of 19th Century Inspector Horace Puddifant and a reformed witch named Endorathlil, the three kids set out to save the world.
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