Chicks, Crooks, Ghosts, and Guns at Dundurn for 2011

Chicks, Crooks, Ghosts, and Guns at Dundurn for 2011

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Author Merna Forster has returned to teach another lesson in women's history with 100 More Canadian Heroines, the follow-up to her hugely successful 100 Canadian Heroines. Merna will share the finer details of a new batch of extraordinary females from all walks of life. Your Turn to Judge by Clark Adams QC is a judicial spin on a choose-your-own-ending book. Readers are given details about real cases Adams, a retired judge, weighed in on, and form their own ruling before flipping to the back chapters to find out the real verdict. Famed ghost hunter Richard Palmisano explores the paranormal beings roaming one of Toronto's greatest landmarks. Ghosts of the CNE will document Richard's exchanges with spiritual beings all over the renowned park grounds. Lieutenant-Colonel John Conrad of the Canadian Forces will pen Scarce Heard Amid the Guns, a look at Canadian peacekeeping missions around the world. Conrad, former logistics coordinator for Canada's mission in Afghanistan, previously wrote What the Thunder Said about his experiences on Afghani frontlines.

Richard Palmisano

Posted by Kendra on October 30, 2014

Richard Palmisano

Richard Palmisano has investigated the paranormal for most of his life. He is by trade a security specialist and criminal investigator with 21 years in the field. He has written three previous books, including Ghosts and Journeys into the Unknown. He lives in Toronto.

Lieutenant-Colonel John Conrad

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014

Lieutenant-Colonel John Conrad

Lieutenant-Colonel John Conrad is a reserve army officer with 28 years of experience in the Canadian Forces. He is a veteran of both the United Nations and NATO brands of peacekeeping and has served in Cambodia, Bosnia, and Afghanistan. His previous book about his experiences in Afghanistan, What the Thunder Said, was a bestseller. He lives in Orono, Ontario.