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8 May 10:30

Digital Pursuit continues the story of criminal Tim Ridgway, first encountered in Following Digital Footprints. Tim has now been sentenced to ten years for his credit card and identity theft crimes and is taken to HMP Dinas Bay in Wales to serve his sentence. This is another enjoyable book from David McCaddon, in which the reader can become re-acquainted with old friends from Midshire Police and follow the threads of the plot which twist and turn in a satisfying manner.
Event Address: 
Polish Social Club, Northwich, CW9 8AT

8 May 19:00

Michael Pawlowski, after graduating from the University of Toronto, served the community in the insurance and legal professions. His memberships have included the Canadian Authors' Association, Brave New Works, Niagara Historical Society, Insurance Institute, Arbitration and Mediation Institute of Ontario, and the Law Society of Upper Canada. The obligation to tell ‘the rest of the story' has motivated his all of his literary endeavours.

Michael is absolutely delighted with the publication of his novel: Cassino, Conquest of the Mountain.

Join him as he reads and presents his book Cassino, Conquest of the Mountain. The book is about the unfolding events on the 1st of September 1939 that will change lives forever. For on this date, the Nazis invaded Poland - entire families would be erased and the country itself would disappear for decades.

Cassino, Conquest of the Mountain will be a sought after read especially for those concerned with the Polish experience of World War II.

Event Address: 
Westdale Library, 955 King St West, Hamilton, Ontario

30 May 0:00

The author of ‘Beauregard: Canine Warrior’, will be discussing his book at the James M. Duncan, Library in Del Ray section of Alexandria. The event is part of the All Alexandria Reads Initiative.

Mr. Taylor is part of this initiative that centers around dog heroes this year.

The book revolves around a brave military dog Beauregard, who dutifully alerts his team about an incoming attack but is ignored. The unit suffers a fatal attack, only the dog survives.

He finds his way to a military officer who understands the importance of having military dogs in the service.

The book pays tribute to all military service dogs and shows how dangerous their jobs are and how admirably they perform it.

Event Address: 
James M Duncan Library, Alexandria

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