Damaged Goods –

Launch of first fiction book –

“Damaged?” the reporter said. “Well Yea, I expect so. Who isn’t? Your son had is war, you had yours. Life in general will do that to you. Nicked, scratched, maybe broken and put back together, carpenter’s glue for some, crazy glue for others, if you get my meaning. Maybe stronger. Maybe not. But, damaged? For sure.”


On an early January morning in 1977, a Toronto police officer vanishes from his patrol car, setting off a massive police investigation. Within days, a distraught mother places a call to her former husband in Norway. Soon after, Gunnar Eriksen, recently retired from Norwegian counter intelligence and a WW II veteran, trained at a secret camp near Toronto, arrives in the city.

In a desperate search for his missing and estranged son, Eriksen gets assistance or crosses swords with a former stripper, a politician, veterans from his war and Vietnam, biker gangs, reporters, an ex-wife and a determined and very focused Toronto police inspector.

Available in soft cover and e-book.

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    Furby House Books – 65 Walton St

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