by Paul Bateman
Born in Christchurch, England and raised in Clinton, Ontario, Paul Bateman graduated from the University of Toronto as a geological engineer and took post graduate work at the University of Saskatchewan. He worked as a project exploration geologist around North America for nine years.
He joined the faculty of Haileybury School of Mines in 1978 and worked there until he retired at the end of 2003. He was also involved in many international teaching projects in China, Morocco, Zimbabwe and Pakistan. He has travelled extensively in Peru, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and Brazil.
Secrets In The Snow is Paul Bateman's first novel. He has gathered his experience in mining, and his intimate knowledge of the Temiskaming and Temagami areas to give you this engaging mystery about missing silver, the power of dreamland symbols, the internet, and a group of curious youth out to solve this mystery.
ISBN: 1-896331-61-0 | WMPub# 1138 | 6" x 9" | 112 page paperback | $11.95 CDN