Canada’s toughest crime-fighter, Keeno McCole, and his RCMP team, take on a sociopathic cult-leader and domestic terrorism which strikes Toronto, Halifax and Winnipeg – leaving a trail of dead bodies in its path. The One is the 3rd novel in this iconic high-concept Canadian crime fighter series.
“I enjoyed this novel very much. I love Keeno, his awesome personality, his guts, integrity and abilities. This was a shorter read which suited me well because once I picked it up and started it I just could not put it down until I was done, forget about sleeping or working, so I do recommend you read it during the weekend!” Ana Danel
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Today’s feature interview here at The Outsider Book Podcast, is with John Ross aka The Buffalo Kid. A man who achieved infamy over a period of a few months, who, previous to that had lived on the streets of Buffalo New York for over 30 years. John’s rise from rags to riches is not only unique, it is bizarre simply because of the circumstances of how he got a second chance at life, and at the age of 70, became one of the most influential people in the city. The story of The Buffalo Kid, now published as a book, will amaze you.
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The Keeno Crime Thriller Novels launched with the first in the series, INTRUSION, followed by QUANTUM ASSAULT. In the summer of 2017, the third novel in this fast-paced crime thriller series is being released – THE ONE.
The Brits have James Bond. America – at least a dozen crime fighters, but Canada? Keeno McCole is the epitome of a tough Canadian crime-fighter who learned the hard way that not everyone in the world was a good guy. Part Metis, the indigenous First Nation of Canadian Indians, part Irish and part French, McCole learned at the age of four that there were monsters in the world when he heard his mother screaming as a man choked the life from her. The boy picked up a pair of scissors, stabbed the man and saved his mother from a brutal death, and on that day, Keeno became another person. His mother sent him away to live with an uncle, to protect his life, and in those years the pragmatic man and an Indian named K-Joe, taught the boy the art of survival; how to endure a desolate forest with nothing, how shoot a gun and most of all, Keeno became deadly with knife-throwing. In the years to follow, Keeno and his best friend, Jake Williams go on to become the axis of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Anti-Terrorism-Unit, going up against major players in the criminal arena, from domestic terrorists to large-scale syndicates – sending Keeno and his team on the most thrilling and death-defying chases across the second largest landmass in the world and into the international domain.