The Lost Squadron
Hyperion/The Madison Press Ltd., 1994
Two aviation adventurers from Atlanta, along with a team of friends, embark on a quixotic quest to find a squadron of U.S. warplanes lost on the Greenland ice cap in 1942. After an obsessive, decade-long search, the planes are found: entombed 260 feet beneath the surface. With homemade technology and a lot of luck, one rare P-38 fighter — a two-ton airplane with a 52-foot wingspan — is recovered, returned to the U.S. and restored to fly again.
Power and Influence: The Globe and Mail and the News Revolution
Key Porter Books Ltd., 1992
This book documents the evolution of post-war journalism through the contemporary history of The Globe and Mail, Canada’s national newspaper.
No Easy Answers: The Trial and Conviction of Bruce Curtis
Penguin Books Canada Ltd., 1986
Two teenaged schoolmates — a Canadian, Bruce Curtis, and an American, Scott Franz — are involved in the double murder of Franz’s parents in a sleepy New Jersey suburb. Although the evidence supported Curtis’ claim that he had accidentaly shot his friend’s mother, both boys were sentenced to 20 years in prison. Was Curtis an accomplice or a scapegoat? Did he receive the punishment he deserved or was he the victim of an unfair New Jersey justice system? No Easy Answers is a blow-by-blow account of the brutal crime and its shocking aftermath.
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Turner Publishing, Inc., 1996
A memoir by renowned figure skating choreographer Sandra Bezic, who collaborated with many Olympic and World champions, including Katarina Witt, Kristi Yamaguchi, Kurt Browning, Brian Boitano, Lu Chen and Tara Lipinski. She has also produced and directed live ice shows and TV specials and appeared in the front of the camera as a commentator. In this book she dissects each aspect of the craft, from choosing music, movement and costumes to the preparation necessary for competitions and shows.