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White Noise: A Journey Through Addiction, Crime and Prison By Richard Osborne
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White noise is the true story of a Canadian man who became a heroin addict at age 15 and was one of Canada's most wanted by age 24. He spent 24 years in prison. He nows resides in Ontario with his... More > wife and daughter and speaks to youth about the dangers of negative lifestyles.< Less
White Noise: A Journey Through Addiction, Crime and Prison By Richard Osborne
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White noise is the true story of a Canadian man who became a heroin addict at age 15 and was one of Canada's most wanted by age 24. He spent 24 years in prison. He nows resides in Ontario with his... More > wife and daughter and speaks to youth about the dangers of negative lifestyles.< Less
Intelligence and Crime Analysis: Critical Thinking Through Writing By David Cariens
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"Critical Thinking through Writing” is an essential book for all intelligence officers, analysts, and managers who want their intelligence to be read and understood. Drawing on his... More > extensive CIA and teaching experience, David Cariens offers salient lessons in writing, critical thinking, and ethics. The English language is complex and this book offers practical instruction designed specifically for intelligence personnel. The writing and analysis exercises are invaluable and will improve the skills of any analyst, regardless of their prior experience. With the knowledge from this book, intelligence personnel will ensure their message is clear and concise. --Aaron Clack, Division Criminal Analysis Section Manager, Royal Canadian Mounted Police< Less
Intelligence and Crime Analysis: Critical Thinking Through Writing By David Cariens
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"Critical Thinking through Writing” is an essential book for all intelligence officers, analysts, and managers who want their intelligence to be read and understood. Drawing on his... More > extensive CIA and teaching experience, David Cariens offers salient lessons in writing, critical thinking, and ethics. The English language is complex and this book offers practical instruction designed specifically for intelligence personnel. The writing and analysis exercises are invaluable and will improve the skills of any analyst, regardless of their prior experience. With the knowledge from this book, intelligence personnel will ensure their message is clear and concise. --Aaron Clack, Division Criminal Analysis Section Manager, Royal Canadian Mounted Police< Less
Translating the Devil: Captain Llewellyn C Fletcher Canadian Army Intelligence Corps In Post War Malaysia and Singapore By Gordon D. Feir
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After the Japanese surrender in Malaya and Singapore in 1945, the British and their allies spent two years rebuilding governments and stabilizing economies. This included establishing security and... More > collecting evidence on captured Japanese military personnel for war crime trials. To assist in this task a group of Canadian servicemen in the newly formed Army Intelligence Corps were sent to assist their commonwealth colleagues in translating military documents and interrogating Japanese prisoners. Translating the Devil is a collection of memoirs and notes made by Captain Llewellyn Fletcher, Canadian Army Intelligence. They are compiled as a chronological narrative in a form that may be shared by historians, colleagues and old friends. Fletcher lived in Japan as a language instructor at Keio University between 1927 and 1931. When the Japanese invaded SE Asia he volunteered his services to the War Department in Ottawa since he could read and speak Japanese.< Less
Translating the Devil: Captain Llewellyn C. Fletcher, Canadian Army Intelligence Corps in Post War Malaysia and Singapore By Gordon D. Feir
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After the Japanese surrender in Malaya and Singapore in 1945, the British and their allies spent two years rebuilding governments and stabilizing economies. This included establishing security and... More > collecting evidence on captured Japanese military personnel for war crime trials. To assist in this task a group of Canadian servicemen in the newly formed Army Intelligence Corps were sent to assist their commonwealth colleagues in translating military documents and interrogating Japanese prisoners. Translating the Devil is a collection of memoirs and notes made by Captain Llewellyn Fletcher, Canadian Army Intelligence. They are compiled as a chronological narrative in a form that may be shared by historians, colleagues and old friends. Fletcher lived in Japan as a language instructor at Keio University between 1927 and 1931. When the Japanese invaded SE Asia he volunteered his services to the War Department in Ottawa since he could read and speak Japanese.< Less
A real story of Canadian Pakistani prisoner Khalid Awan in USA since 9/11 By Arif muhammad
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When we first began corresponding with Khalid Awan in 2007, we had no idea why he was serving time in U.S. federal prison. U.S. “terror war.” As the story began unfolding in our letters,... More > we began to realize that this honest, humble and sincere man was not only innocent, but the ongoing injustice being done to him provides critical insight into the mindless, meanspirited, bureaucratic-yes-men idiocy fueling the illegal U.S. “war on terror” (and just about everything else that is going wrong in this country). At our insistence, Awan wrote his story and supplied us with whatever documents we requested. And now, after three months of cooperative efforts, the story of Khalid Awan can be told. We have come to know Awan as a peaceful man engaged in peaceful work who has been wrongfully accused, detained and repeatedly convicted of crimes he did not commit because he was a Muslim with international connections .Khalid Awan # 50959-054 USA www.freekhalidawan.com< Less
A real story of Canadian Pakistani prisoner Khalid Awan in USA since 9/11 By Arif muhammad
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When we first began corresponding with Khalid Awan in 2007, we had no idea why he was serving time in U.S. federal prison. U.S. “terror war.” As the story began unfolding in our letters,... More > we began to realize that this honest, humble and sincere man was not only innocent, but the ongoing injustice being done to him provides critical insight into the mindless, meanspirited, bureaucratic-yes-men idiocy fueling the illegal U.S. “war on terror” (and just about everything else that is going wrong in this country). At our insistence, Awan wrote his story and supplied us with whatever documents we requested. And now, after three months of cooperative efforts, the story of Khalid Awan can be told. We have come to know Awan as a peaceful man engaged in peaceful work who has been wrongfully accused, detained and repeatedly convicted of crimes he did not commit because he was a Muslim with international connections .Khalid Awan # 50959-054 USA www.freekhalidawan.com< Less
The Whole She-Bang 2 By Janet Costello
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This is the second collection of mystery stories by Canadian members of Sisters in Crime. The collection features 24 stories by 21 Canadian members. The authors, including both established authors... More > and those who are previously unpublished, are: Lou Allin, Catherine Astolfo, Linda Cahill, Melodie Campbell, Miriam Clavir, Susan Daly, Jill Downie, Elizabeth Hosang, P.M. Jones, Ann R. Loverock, H. MacDonald-Archer, Lesley Mang, Elaine Ruth Mitchell, Charlotte Morganti, Helen Nelson, Carol Newhouse, Judy Penz Sheluk, Steve Shrott, Madona Skaff, Coleen Steele and Linda Wiken. It is edited by Janet Costello. The stories have a variety of characters: shop owners, children, a thief, vengeful women, unhappy wives, a poet, police officers of both sexes and more... The stories are set mostly in Canada, in a wide variety of locations, including British Columbia, Northern Ontario, Alberta and Quebec! All stories were selected by a blind judging procedure.< Less
A Twist of Fate By William Monteith Graham
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This is a story in two parts the first part is located in Canada and the second part located in the Borders country of Scotland. Jerry Scott a special undercover agent with the Canadian Mounted... More > Police Special Investigation Department returns to his headquarters in Toronto after having completed an assignment in Vancouver. His boss Stu Royal tells him of a possible job involving a murderer and paedophile, which would take him to the UK for a few weeks or more. His brief is to bring the suspect back to Canada without going through official channels. But first he gives him his next assignment, a possible case of fraud and possible corruption by some industrialists in Walland a town in northern Ontario.< Less