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Mad Bomber of Parliament Hill

Written by
James A. Fontana

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288 pages, Paperback
ISBN: 9780888872807
$19.95 CA

288 pages, Hardcover
ISBN: 9780888873040
$36.95 CA

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About the Book    The events described here are true. They took place in 1966. Memories fade however, and sources are lost, so the events must be reconstructed from police reports, court records, Hansard reports and recollections. The facts have been collated, analysed, selected, and finally, dramatized. But the sequences and events are accurate, as are Paul Chartier´s writings, quoted exactly as he wrote them.

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About the Author James A. Fontana
James A. Fontana of Fort Frances, Ontario -- bass fishing enthusiast, lawyer, judge and crime writer -- toiled as a provincial and federal prosecutor in Ottawa before tackling civil litigation and criminal defence work. He later became an Ontario Court of Justice (Criminal) judge, and published a five-volume series on search and seizure law, as well as many articles and commentaries. His crime novels include "No Cause of Death" (1994) and "The Mad Bomber of Parliament Hill" (2005, Borealis).

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