Reviews for Trafficking Chen

If you haven’t snagged a copy of my latest novel in the Norm Strom Crime Series, Trafficking Chen, check out these reviews and see what you’re missing. The book is available locally at Storytellers Book Store in Windsor and River Book Shop in Amherstburg or come see me at the Downtown Windsor Market on September 11th or 25th. You can also purchase the book online at your favorite retail site.

“Trafficking Chen is a story that dares you to turn the page – but you can’t look away from this engaging narrative of dark events that are written from a whiskey-tinged razor-sharp voice of experience. Real cops, real victims, real bad guys intertwined in a race that will keep you powering through.” Kay T.

“Part detective novel, part thriller, Trafficking Chen with its overlapping plots, Strom’s humor, and satisfying conclusion will leave new fans seeking out previous mysteries for future reading!” John Schlarbaum, Author of “Abandoned – A Jennifer Malone Mystery”

“Another fabulous read! Get working on your next one. I always look forward to reading Edmond Gagnon’s books. Dawn St. Louis

“Just finished Trafficking Chen and I personally think this book is Gagnon’s best writing so far. An interesting and chilling story on trafficking, while turning each page.” Beverly Miller

“This book was insane and an eye opener to what can happen under everyone’s noses and you would have no clue!! I highly recommend this book!!!” Emily Conran

“These books are great cover to cover.” Gord Kerr

My Books

2020 has been an interesting year to say the least. Devastating hurricanes, huge storms with terrible flooding, massive and destructive wildfires, a global pandemic, and a U.S. Presidential debate where the candidates resorted to name-calling. God help us all as this year winds down.

For me, as an author and novelist, the year’s events and lack of travel opportunities has left me with more time to write. I recently completed my ninth book and am well into the next one. Unfortunately, those same events that have given me more free time have taken away several opportunities for me to sell books.

In considering all the indoor events that were cancelled this year I had to get creative and attend more outdoor markets and shows. With more people staying home, and away from bookstores, I noticed my online book sales have gone up.

To better accommodate my readers I re-priced all my online books, taking into consideration different currencies on sites like Amazon.com and .ca. This means savings for Canadians, who compose the bulk of my fans. All my prices for Ebooks are $2.99 or less. Paperback prices reflect page count and cost of production.

I’ve also changed the local bookstores where you can find my books, removing them from Juniper Books on Ottawa Street. PB Books on Tecumseh road appears to be closed indefinitely. All my books are now available at Story Teller Books on Ottawa Street and River Bookshop in Amherstburg.

Thank you to all my fans and readers for your support.