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Traitors of Camp 133, The
By (author): Wayne Arthurson
Wayne Arthurson

Imprint:

Ravenstone

ISBN:

9780888015877

Product Form:

Paperback

Form detail:

Trade
Paperback , Trade
English

Audience:

General Trade
Sep 20, 2016
$16.95 CAD
Active

Dimensions:

7.5in x 5 x 0.81 in | 0.5 lb

Page Count:

328 pages
Turnstone Press
Ravenstone
FICTION / Mystery & Detective / Historical
Historical crime and mysteries|Historical crime and mysteries|Second World War fiction|c 1940 to c 1949
Alberta

Captain Mueller is dead. Hanged, apparently by his own hand. But ex-police officer and war hero Sergeant August Neumann doesn't think it's quite so simple. How could it be with blackshirts, legionnaires, and communist sympathisers vying for control of the camp?

Now Sergeant Neumann must navigate these treacherous cliques to find the truth while under the watchful eyes of his Canadian captors.

Wayne Arthurson manages to hook you on the first page of this masterful mystery. The Traitors of Camp 133 is historical fiction at its best, a wonderful achievement, and a thoroughly entertaining read.
--David Swinson, author of The Second Girl

The Traitors of Camp 133 is a murder mystery that delivers. Wayne Arthurson wraps his mystery in a fascinating subculture: German POWs in a Southern Alberta camp shortly after the Allies invade Normandy. It's a great read.
--Todd Babiak, author of Come Barbarians and Son of France

The joy of this book is in the meticulously researched details; watching the way Arthurson's August Neumann navigates the peculiar society within the barbed wire (and without) is fascinating stuff, and the solid, satisfying mystery is the cherry on top.
--Owen Laukkanen, author of The Watcher in the Wall

Wayne Arthurson, 2016 writer-in-residence for Edmonton libraries, is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in Saturday Night, Air Canada's En Route, Writer's Digest, Canadian Living, and AlbertaViews.

Fall from Grace, the second novel in his Leo Desroches series, won the 2012 Alberta Readers' Choice Award.

Wayne is also the author of several history books and the co-author of the most popular fanblog for Amazing Race Canada, Gord and Wayne's Amazing Race Canada. He is a husband and father, and he drums in a band which is as yet unnamed, in Edmonton, Alberta.

Wayne Arthurson manages to hook you on the first page of this masterful mystery. The Traitors of Camp 133 is historical fiction at its best, a wonderful achievement, and a thoroughly entertaining read.
--David Swinson, author of The Second Girl

The Traitors of Camp 133 is a murder mystery that delivers. Wayne Arthurson wraps his mystery in a fascinating subculture: German POWs in a Southern Alberta camp shortly after the Allies invade Normandy. It's a great read.
--Todd Babiak, author of Come Barbarians and Son of France

The joy of this book is in the meticulously researched details; watching the way Arthurson's August Neumann navigates the peculiar society within the barbed wire (and without) is fascinating stuff, and the solid, satisfying mystery is the cherry on top.
--Owen Laukkanen, author of The Watcher in the Wall

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