I was born in Yorkshire, England. As a pre-teen I moved to Canada with my family to St Catharines, Ontario where I attended high school. As a young man I moved to Massachusetts where I received undergraduate and graduate degrees. I am an ordained minister and as such served a parish in Dedham, Massachusetts before leaving parish work to head up an adolescent residential program.
After returning to Canada I worked as an Executive Director of a large social service agency in Hamilton, Ontario for thirteen years. At 50 I returned to university and received certification as a Teacher of English as a Second Language from the University of Toronto. I worked as an instructor at the University of Toronto, Seneca College and the Toronto District School Board where I became a LINC Personnel Officer prior to retirement.
I co-authored two text books on English pronunciation and edited several text books on English Grammar Fluency. FOUR STONES is my first novel and a short story has been accepted for publication by "Canadian Stories". I have two children, now fully grown, living in Massachusetts and currently reside in Toronto with my partner Karen.
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by Norman Hall
Canadian psychologist David Stone is in trouble. He has a dead body he doesn't know what to do with. CIA agent Rita Brickston is also in trouble. Russia's SVR must silence her to protect their mole in the CIA. Rita's flight from the SVR across Europe to North America converges on the Stone family, and they are drawn into a lethal game for survival in the dark world of international espionage.
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