The Samurai's Son
A NovelBook - 2014
"Sheltering in a pawn-shop from the rain, a Vancouver mining executive purchases a digital camera with a dubious provenance. The images he finds on the camera's memory stick lead to his search for the camera's rightful owner. The story, massive in scale, weaves intrigue from Port Harcourt in war-torn Biafra, to Vancouver and its World Expo of 1986; from Sendai, Japan and the Great Tsunami of March 2011, to a climax on the dark, wet streets of Coal Harbour, Vancouver. The story reveals deep-seated prejudices that permeate every level of society, but at its core is a tale of love and hope for a new, more tolerant, generation"--Page  of cover.
Publisher: Bloomington, IN : Archway Publishing, ©2014
Branch Call Number: SLATER
Characteristics: 204 pages ; 23 cm