The Moon Mask
“I enjoyed this story. It was an easy read with enough intrigue and suspense to keep me in the story. The characters displayed vivid personalities, interesting quirks, and fit into the storyline perfectly. THE MOON MASK is a great start to the new series by Edmond Gagnon featuring Abigail Brown as the lead detective. I look forward to reading more about this feisty lady, her insight into the criminal mind, and her attraction to Norm Strom.” Christine
“Finished your book last night, very good read and I really enjoyed it. You know how real life is out on the street and are doing a great job of portraying that lifestyle.” Judy
The Sequel to Finding Hope, with Norm Strom & Abigail Brown
Norm Strom and his sidekick, David (Two Snakes) Greene, are at it again – this time searching for two missing women in the City of Detroit. Their quest and connection to Detroit Homicide Detective Abigail Brown once again finds them involved in the hunt for a serial killer.
300 is the average number in Detroit. The American city usually ranks in the top ten for murders per capita. Detroit Homicide Investigators, who are already overtaxed, discover there’s a serial killer on the loose. Pressure from the media and the Mayor’s office intensifies when even more bodies are found in the Detroit River.
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Four – A Paranormal Thriller
Like the X Files, this book will have you questioning your own beliefs
Review: “I really dug this book. I’ve read some of the authors crime fiction in the past, and was expecting something similar. Instead, I got a great, little paranormal thriller! Four takes an interesting look at extraterrestrial life and its impact on earth and on humanity. Everything feels so grounded, realistic, while at the same time being literally out of this world. Good stuff!”- Christian
Border City Chronicles
Three tales of murder in the Border Cities of Windsor and Detroit
Review: “I thought this book was tastefully written about a subject matter that took place years ago in Windsor. Very emotional & thought provoking, well written by Mr. Gagnon. Looking forward to many more books by him.” – Carolyn
Murder, mystery, and missing women along the Highway of Tears
Review: “Captivating story based on the circumstances which unfortunately continue to occur on the infamous Highway of Tears in Northern British Columbia. While reading this book, I found myself re-processing the events well after I had put the book down, and then I couldn’t wait to get back into it! Compassion for the victims, as well as trying to analyze the thoughts of an isolated bushman, topped off with a touch of romance, Finding Hope will not disappoint.” – Jack M.
Torch: Fire for Hire
Detective Norm Strom uses his informants to hunt a serial Arsonist
Review: “TORCH by Edmond Gagnon is the first Norm strom book I have read and I enjoyed every minute. Norm is a Canadian arson investigator, overworked, underpaid and one step behind a serial arsonist. I loved the characters and the plot, especially when it’s told from two points of view, Norms & Eddies. Fast paced well laid out I recommend it to anyone who loves a good who done it!” – D. Jeakins
Bloody Friday: Drugs, Guns & Woman
Two best friends leave Belfast, ending up on opposite sides of the law
Review: “It was a good book. I liked it a lot. It had lots of action/adventure. It was a well written book.” – Darren
Rat: A Cop’s Secret Weapon
Police Officer Norm Strom uses his arsenal of informants to fight crime
Review: “This was an interesting read. It’s a different view of a book that I usually read, but I enjoyed it. it shows you what a cop can go through with informants and stuff. sure was interesting. I liked it 🙂 will look for more of his books!” – Pamela
All These Crooked Streets
Three different crime fiction stories by three very different authors
Review: “Prepare for a wave of wickedness! It’s hard not to give spoilers talking about this cool book, but I’ll do my best. It’s three stories by three different authors, full of dirt and crime and occasionally, things buried in cement. Laforet’s Sugar’s Last Dance delights with a plot that flip flops more than a fish out of water. The excitement is sharp as things come to a diamond ending! Well done! Who doesn’t love psychics and cold police cases?” – Edele
A Casual Traveler
A collection of short stories from the author’s travels around the world
Review: “I approached this book expecting to read the usual travel log type of narrative, but was pleasantly surprised to find a very personal and in depth series of anecdotes. The extensive travels of the author provide a wonderful, although often brief look at various cultures. I did not read this book in the conventional way. I found myself looking up different areas that grabbed my interest and reading the stories in no particular order.
I enjoyed the read. It was very friendly and obviously inspired by the travels. The author shows good writing skills for his first book and gives the reader some wonderful stories. I highly recommend this book. It’s an easy read and very enjoyable.” – Christine