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By: John Hartig


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The far-off town of "Crooked Harbour" is located in Newfoundland, Canada. Two communities of Mi'kmaq Indians and whites strive to live together there in harmony.

It consists of lakes, rocks and trees, though not an ideal place to settle for non-natives. The recent discovery of gold and ores brings jobs, and attracts people from other places. In this backdrop, RCMP are fulfilling their duties to provide safety till the first murder and the first suicide take place.

Benton Wright woke from a nightmare just before dawn. His job dealt with a wide variety of crime over the past half year which was very stressful: senior abuse, poachers, teenage drunkenness, a car theft and, recently, a murder.

Sergeant Benton Wright – a man of principles, caring, devoted and intelligent, ready to spend his own fund to provide a safe haven to the elders, a hangout for the teenagers.

Mi’kmaq and whites join hands to solve crimes and make Crooked Harbour a safe place for the youth.

John Hartig has an M.A. in English Literature, which he says he earned eons ago. His work history is a coat of many colours, having been an editor of a community newspaper, a high-school teacher, an electrical apprentice, until his back gave out, a web designer, for interest's sake, and most recently a wedding photographer, because he likes to see people smile. During his retirement years, he writes to keep busy.

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