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THE BOOKS IN THE PANEL ABOVE ARE THE BWL PUBLISHING INC. COMING SOON COLLECTION - RELEASING IN FALL 2018

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Ron Crouch was born in Brighton, England and has worked in the U.K. and Canada for over thirty years as a police officer. He has extensive international travel experience while working with the British Merchant Navy as a navigator, where he travelled extensively in the Middle East and throughout Europe.

He is an avid outdoorsman, enjoying wilderness camping throughout the year. With a love of nature, he also paints with watercolors.

Ron has always had a passion for writing which started in his early years. He enjoys writing in various genres, both adult and children's fiction. He continues to write from his home in Ontario, Canada.

For more information about Ron's books including blurbs, reviews and purchase links, please visit his website: http://www.roncrouch.ca/

 

To purchase any of these books click the book cover and choose your favorite print or digital bookstore from the links provided.

 


 
Liam Treadway, retired police officer from Brighton Borough Police, reflects on his long life.  An evacuee from WW2 London Blitz, something has been nagging at the back of his mind. 
 
A secret well kept, he decides the time has come to tell his daughter the truth.  Will he be able to follow through and if he does, will she forgive him. 

 

 
 
 


 

 

 


 

 

Ontario Police Department Homicide Detective Johnny Oliver reflects on retirement as he sits at his desk in North Bay, contemplating what he is going to do with his life after policing.

A phone call puts his plans on hold. He and his partner, Detective Sakaë Sayo head north to Kapuskasing, following logging roads into the wilderness. It's hunting season, only this time someone is hunting the hunters ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

When adults tell young men, "there is always someone bigger than you", Sam Stephens is the guy at the end of the line.
He is a fiercely proud member of the First Nations, serving as a soldier on the front line in the Canadian military, stationed in Afghanistan. Because of his courage and bravery, his close friends call him Warrior.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Constable Sam Stephens, now out of probation on the streets of Toronto, takes on new and demanding challenges. Inspector Althoff continues to go out of his way to make Sam’s life as miserable as possible. Water off a duck’s back to Sam. He is dispatched to the call from hell. “High school active shooter”. Sam, former Canadian Forces, Special Ops, enters the school to devastating carnage – Officer Down.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Rose Cottage hides a dark secret known only to Harry Davidson and his two dogs. The thatched cottage lies nestled among the rolling hills of picturesque West Sussex, England. Constable Alaister McMaster of the Sussex Constabulary stumbles across a fragment of broken china that opens up an investigation leading him to Rose Cottage. Due to his loyalty to a good friend he agonizes over a moral dilemma which prompts the investigation to turn to a new suspect – himself.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Rebecca’s life in Toronto is glamorous, but life is about to change for the young Mother. As she ventures up north to Algonquin for a summer holiday, she finds a new love of the country and horses. Little does she know this love will save her daughter’s life.

 
  

 

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