Jack Devlin is a journalist working out of London, England in 1986, making a living through writing obituaries. Asked to write an obit for a French Canadian war hero, he stumbles across a previously untold story -- the story of 60 French Canadians sent to France to work with the French resistance movement. Spanning 1980's and Second World War London, German-occupied France, and Scottish special-ops camps, 'Obit Man' spins a tale of war-time cover-ups.
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Fred Langan has been a business reporter for CBC-TV News in Toronto, as well as for CBC Radio and www.cbc.ca. For more than ten years he hosted CBC News Business, the most popular daily business program in Canada. Langan worked for The Economist, Business Week, and The Christian Science Monitor for many years, as well as writing personal finance columns for the National Post. He lives in Toronto.
The Obit Man by Fred Langan
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