The Legend of Big Red

Bailey’s Swamp is a lot of things. Beautiful. Secluded. Creepy. It’s also thought to be the home Big Red, giant and elusive fish, true legend local area. And Barney Liam are determined find him catch him. But they’re about discover that there’s much more found at than some big old fish. In this exhilarating adventure story, James Roy will take you on journey electrifying camping in thunderstorm.

Amos Moses, Legend of Big Foot, is a western fiction novel for both young and old readers. The action fast never-ending as two cousins struggle toward manhood on the turbulent, sometimes cruel Texas frontier 1870s. youngsters experience many exciting adventures, problems good bad, daring encounters – some that are unpleasant unforgettable, others enjoyable. Moses has all ingredients development character self-esteem. It shows responsibility portrays tolerance, love, sharing, caring family values.

Short-listed for the 2000 Arthur Ellis Award Best Non-Fiction Norman “Red” Ryan was a notorious bank robber, safecracker, and killer. He escaped from Kingston Penitentiary twice – first by force, then years later gulling credulous into believing that he “reformed.” The dupes of Ryan’s second emancipation included prison’s Roman Catholic chaplain, several nationally prominent citizens, country’s largest newspaper, and, ultimately, R.B. Bennett, prime minister Canada, who made mistake arranging “political parole” Ryan. Six people three them innocent victims died as result Red freedom. Dubbed “the Jesse James Canada” “Canada’s most criminal,” had compiled record nineteen convictions crimes theft violence, been in nine shooting affrays with police citizens. “lifer” an era when “life” meant just that. Yet got out after eleven half returned to Toronto, city his birth, amid fanfare befitting national hero. His death liquor store robbery Sarnia on May 23, 1936, ten months release, huge jolt especially Toronto. How could such obvious threat society be paroled prison paragon reform? This question is central Big Fox. answer lies not himself even cunning deceitful have hoodwinked way life sentence but those helped him, benefited release.