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Hope Lachance is a young mother on her way home to see her daughter, but she goes missing along the infamous Highway of Tears in north-western Canada, where hundreds of Aboriginal women have disappeared and/or been murdered. Retired Police Detective Norm Strom joins forces with the RCMP in Finding Hope, but he must learn to navigate his way around kidnappers, smugglers, dr ...more
Paperback, 314 pages
Published May 20th 2016 by Booklocker.com
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Christine Hayton
Jun 26, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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Disclosure: I received an advance copy of “Finding Hope” by Edmond Gagnon. The comments that follow are my own personal opinion. I received NO compensation of any kind, or from any one, to provide this review.

Finding Hope, The Highway of Tears, is a fictional depiction of a true real-life horror story. Every year hundreds of young aboriginal girls go missing, never to be seen again. Highway #16 stretches through a remote area in northern BC, along the Alaska border. This isolated are
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Jenn Sadai
Jun 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A captivating and emotional mystery that have me hooked from the very first page. The author's experience as a police officer has definitely paid off in his writing. The details are believable, the characters are well-developed and the plot had enough twists and turns to keep me guessing. I'm looking forward to my next read from Edmond Gagnon.
Jackie Rogers
Jul 31, 2016 rated it really liked it
This novel is based on abused and murdered women in British Columbia. Precisely route #16. Is full of violence and sex trade. Held my interest in trying to figure out one of the killers which I was able to do early on. Is a Norm Strom book by Edmond Gagnon. Norm is a retired police officer who gets caught up in th crimes as he meets one young woman who disappears. He helps the RCMP to find her and to solve some of the murders. Is a hard book in some parts as the language is crude andsome violenc ...more
Brenda Benwell
Jul 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Captivating story based on the circumstances which unfortunately continue to occur on the infamous Highway of Tears in Northern British Columbia. While reading this book, I found myself re-processing the events well after I had put the book down, and then I couldn’t wait to get back into it! Compassion for the victims, as well as trying to analyze the thoughts of an isolated bushman, topped off with a touch of romance, Finding Hope will not disappoint.
Brianne Marie
Jan 23, 2019 rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this! It was an easy and fun read; loved the POV switches. It was funny; the mention of Windsor gave me a little thrill and the mystery was interesting. I couldn’t put it down. Plus anyone with a cool name like Norm Storm, you know he’s going to be the guy you want in your corner.
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Ed is a retired Police Detective, having worked for the Windsor Police Service for over 31 years. Upon retiring he traveled the world compiling a fun collection of travel stories, then self-published his first book, "A Casual Traveler."

With a new passion for writing Ed created his Norm Strom Crime Fiction Series with with Rat, Bloody Friday, Torch, Finding Hope and Border City Chronicl
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