Jack Sabre: the Crossing

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iUniverse, Oct 13, 2010 - Fiction - 188 pages
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In the sequel to the first book, you will see how trouble finds our young hero, Jack Sabre, after leaving the Ottawa train station on his way to Manning Pool, Toronto and he shows us, once again, what he is made of when he decides to step into a situation to try to prevent innocent people from receiving serious harm. As his journey unfolds, seemingly guided forward by an invisible hand, he realizes that he is getting a lot more than he expected. Be with Jack as death shadows him daily while he makes and loses new friends, tries to get his ex-girlfriend Nancy off his mind after a marriage proposal gone wrong. Accompany Jack in the latest phase of his young life as he criss crosses North America, his heart set on achieving a serious objective, only to receive unsettling news at the end which will take Jack down a path filled with danger. Join him on a harrowing voyage across the treacherous North Atlantic as death stalks him on his journey toward harms way in Europe where unresolved matters of the heart gnaw at him and leadership decisions involving life and death are thrust upon him time and again and where quite unexpectedly, an explanation to a past mystery is revealed in dramatic fashion.

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Gilbert Latreille is an Ottawa lad, born and raised. He works as an HR manager in the Public Service of Canada. His curiosity about various matters was awakened at a very early age. So he began watching with interest what was going on around him. Along the way, he became a keen observer of human nature. Then, he developed an instinct for getting himself into situations. He says that at times, well, it was not of his own doing. This turned into a knack for storytelling. This is the sequel to his first book, Jack Sabre. We think you will like it. ---------- PSA : In a 08/02 conversation via phone, au indicated he wants to keep bio as is, but does not want it to appear on his actual book at all. Would just confirm with him that that is the case when contacted.

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