Ken Merkley is a retired senior military officer, political science lecturer, government financial analyst, management trainer and company CEO. He lives in Metchosin, British Columbia, with his wife Bernadette. Ken is the author of Ending the Waiting Game: Increasing Kidney Transplants in Canada, which explains how a kidney patient can improve their chances of receiving a quicker than average transplant, as well as how they can advocate with supporters to increase organ donor and kidney transplants in Canada. He has also written the Tim Murphy Mystery series, which includes The Raid, Heavy Traffic, Uncommon Complaints and Other People's Money. When not writing, Ken can be found on the Royal Colwood Golf Course.
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Ending the Waiting Game: Increasing Kidney Transplants in Canada
Ending the Waiting Game provides a well-documented portrayal of kidney transplantation in Canada from the perspective of an experienced kidney transplant patient highly active in organ donation initiatives. Kidney patients will be encouraged by the possibilities they can consider to reduce lengthy transplant wait times, as well as discovering many positive ideas to advocate for change in Canada.
Other People's Money
While investigating a shareholder's complaint about financial manipulations by a marina company's CEO, RCMP Staff-Sergeant Tim Murphy uncovers clues to a series of unsolved murders.
RCMP Sergeant Tim Murphy agrees to a secondment to the Office of the Police Complaints Commissioner, but he gets more than he bargained for when he investigates a citizen’s complaint against a Municipal Police Constable.
A tip takes RCMP Sergeant Tim Murphy to a remote coastal resort where he uncovers a horrific set of crimes, the likes of which he could never have imagined.
The Raid - A Novel
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Corporal Tim Murphy uncovers interconnected criminal activities leading him to a shocking secret with major implications for the Province of British Columbia and all of Canada.
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