Four Stones

Four Stones

by Norman Hall

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Overview

Canadian psychologist David Stone is in trouble. He has a dead body he doesn't know what to do with. CIA agent Rita Brickston is also in trouble. Russia's SVR must silence her to protect their mole in the CIA. Rita plays cat and mouse with her pursuers across Europe, Upstate New York and Southern Ontario, in a desperate bid to reach safety. When Rita's flight from the SVR converges on the Stone family, they are drawn into a lethal game. Toronto's Norman Hall's Four Stones is a brilliant journey into the dark world of international espionage.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781928049241
Publisher: Deux Voiliers Publishing
Publication date: 03/19/2015
Pages: 260
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.59(d)

About the Author

Norman Hall was born in Yorkshire, England. As a pre-teen he moved with his family to St. Catharines, Ontario where he attended high school. As a young man he moved to Massachusetts where he received undergraduate and graduate degrees. He is an ordained minister and as such served a parish in Dedham, Massachusetts before leaving parish work to head up an adolescent residential program.

After returning to Canada he worked as an Executive Director of a large social service agency in Hamilton, Ontario for thirteen years. He has also worked as a certified adult ESL instructor and as a Personnel Officer. While at Seneca College he co-authored two text books on English pronunciation and edited several text books on English grammar and conversation. He has two children living in Massachusetts and currently resides in Toronto with his partner Karen.

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