Reading ➹ The Raids Author Mick Lowe –

The Raids The Raids Ebook Author Mick Lowe It S Spring, 1963 In The Nickel Capital Of The World Nineteen Year Old Jake McCool Is About To Undergo A Rite Of Passage His First Shift Underground In A Hard Rock Mine But The Cold War Is At Its Height, And Jake Is Also About To Become A Reluctant Participant In A Bitter Interunion Battle Fueled By The Global Struggle Between Two Ideologies In The Wake Of The Second World War So Is His Girlfriend, Jo Ann Winters Together The Couple Are Swept Up In A Web Of Intrigue At Its Center Is A Terrible Secret That Will Haunt Their Relationship For The Rest Of Their Lives, As Their Hometown Becomes Not Only One Of The World S Greatest Hard Rock Mining Centers, But Also The Epicenter Of The Cold War In North America In This Fast Paced Novel Set Against The Little Known Historical Backdrop Of A True Life Battle That Included Vicious Beatings, Riots, And Worse, Author Mick Lowe Posits A Provocative Premise That The U.S Government Sponsored A Ruthless Covert Operation To Destabilize A Strategic Community In The Heartland Of Its Closest Ally, Canada.

15 thoughts on “The Raids

  1. says:

    As a resident of Copper Cliff, I was really looking forward to reading this It is a glimpse into the past that we don t often get to experience The story is interesting, however, I was a little disappointed with the prose It is ok for the most part, but there was something missing in the writing.

  2. says:

    A great look into Sudbury s past It s time someone wrote this story Much research was done in the writing of this novel, which showed in the details in the story Only downside is that the research overtook the story and characters i...

  3. says:

    Truly a work of fiction in the spirit of Upton Sinclair.

  4. says:

    Wow, Mick Lowe You ve created a fascinating page turner I nearly devoured the book in entire sitting Well done As a Sudbury resident, I appreciate what you ve done.

  5. says:

    This book is a must read It tells a story that has been taboo for years A great Canadian Cold War novel.

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