Harold Warwick was a Medical Oncologist at the London Regional Cancer Program, LHSC, London, Ontario, Canada, and was the first Medical Oncologist at the Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto. He was the first joint Medical Director of the Canadian Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute of Canada. Gold Medalist at McGill, Member of the Order of Canada, Harold was particular about everything, including his fiction. Harold lived to age 95, but passed away shortly before the era of eBooks, though he did self-publish several books in paperback. Harold's publisher, Brian Henry Dingle, is also an author and a Medical Oncologist
East of the Merrimack
by Harold Warwick
The year is 1689, and John Gyles, a young eleven year old boy of an English family farm near Pemaquid Harbor in New England, is captured by Indians (North American aboriginals) and remains with them in captivity for the next five years. The story is one of survival, danger, excitement, tenderness and love, on the background of accurate historical fact.
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