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.
Great wordsmith. Tim wraps ideas into phrases that resonate with readers.
The first paragraph gave my heart a tug and I wanted more……..down the tunnel of intrigue.
Players in this story are well developed and gave me a feeling that I knew these characters.
Recommend this to thrill and mystery seekers. Well done.
Read chapter one free:
Radio ad for Damaged Goods – Running in January in Northumberland – Truly Local Radio – 89.7 FM
‘Hard to put down, but not hard to get’.
I can’t wait a minute longer. How do I order a copy of Tim’s book?
Toronto Book Stores
- Sleuth of Baker Street
– 907 Millwood Rd,
- Great Escape Books
– 957 Kingston Rd,
Northumberland Book Stores
- Let’s Talk Books – Cobourg
25 King Street East
- Furby Books – Port Hope
65 Walton Street
- Lighthouse Books – Brighton
65 Main Street