Books by Don Ledger


 

Blood Shock

Don Ledger

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6x9 Trade Paperback

436 pages

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The murders begin with a naked, male body impaled on a stake in the forest.
Dana Wilde, an army brat and former homicide detective with Metropolitan Police Department in Wash. DC has been the Sheriff of James County, West Virginia for only a few weeks when
a blood-thirsty serial killer calling himself the Disciple strikes in and around the town of St. James. His MO is bizarre, beyond anything Wilde has encountered before-except perhaps in her nightmares.
People start dying fast including two of Wilde's officers. The media and the FBI get involved.

A New York cop - Wilde's ex-lover from six years earlier, shows up with a case of his own.
A killer for hire arrives with a target in mind. She is young, beautiful; attributes she uses to deadly effect.
When it looks like Wilde has the name of the killer, things get personal. And nothing seems to be what it appears.
It's the workweek from hell.

Blood Shock takes the reader to a small town in the northeastern sector of West Virginia. Located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, the town of St. James is the location of the James County Sheriff's Department.



 

WHERE LIES THE DRAGON QUEEN

Due

Winter 2014-2015

Novelist, freelance writer and private pilot Gray Bonner-while flying his single engine Cessna 172-survives a crash in Labrador a week before Christmas. When it appears that he will not be rescued he fights to survive over the ensuing months. Bonner is surrounded by mountains, threatened by snow storms, freezing temperatures and hunger. But then his struggle is suddenly overshadowed by a mystery that he stumbles across near the edge of a lonely, frozen and desolate lake in Canada's north. It is mystery he can solve only if he can get back to civilization. Now, late in a cold and cruel winter Bonner is not the only one that is hungry and facing starvation. He ponders the circumstances that dropped him into this mystery, his chances of survival, how he can save himself in his steadily weakening state.

A new threat arises.

 


2014-2015

Riding the Fire

A biography of David McCulloch - A pioneer in Business Aviation

 


 

 

SWISSAIR DOWN

Second Printing

by Don Ledger

SWISSAIR DOWN CHRONICLES THE CRASH OF SWISSAIR FLIGHT 111 OFF NOVA SCOTIA ON SEPTEMBER 2, 1998 FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE FLIGHT TO THE CRASH, TO THE PRELIMINARY REPORTS OF WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED THAT NIGHT AND WHAT HAPPENED IN THE LAST SIX MINUTES OF THE FLIGHT.

 

Available in Canada at Chapters, Coles, Indigo

also in Halifax at Carrefour Atlantique Emporium

Historic Properties, Water Street, Halifax, N.S.

902-423-2940

$10.00 CDN plus shipping.

Notes and Literary Reviews of Swissair Down

To Order Swissair Down


Canadian Aviator Magazine

Don Ledger has been a columnist for this magazine for seven years.


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