When too much power is placed in the hands of a few corrupt individuals the result is dictatorship.
Dr. Piter Dram is blind to the destructiveness of the regime. He becomes a victim of his own greed and egoism.
Tresha Farwell fights for human rights with an underground network resisting the tyrant who has taken over the country.
The insidiousness of evil encroaches
when guards are dropped.
This book captures the history of human atrocities and boils it down to bite-sized and relatable bits.
- J.J. Reichenbach, author of
Nix and Notorious Nix
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Barnes and Noble
Cradling the Past is a taste of Canadian history from the perspective of one individual. It is also the story of a generation of people who endured much hardship to make Alberta and Canada what it is today.
Margaret was a child during the Great Depression and began her teaching career in a one room school on the Canadian prairies.
She became wife and then mother to a large family, including two children with autism. Margaret battled for proper care for her children and later battled with depression.
Her tenacity won out in the end.
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As featured in the Calgary Herald.
Treasure sparks book.