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December 4, 2011

Mike McIntyre, Richard Brignall & Ken Ploen

Mike McIntyre
December 10, 1:00 - 3:00 pm by the Cash Desk
Justice: How Project Angel Cracked The Candace Derksen Case

It was a case that many believed would never be solved. 
But thanks to the modern miracle of scientific analysis – combined with a dedicated police service – Candace Derksen’s killer was finally brought to justice.  Exactly 26 years to the day her frozen body was found in a shed, Candace’s accused killer went to trial.

This is a story about a family’s loss, a community’s sense of peace betrayed, a seeming never-ending search for answers, and an underlying message about never giving up hope. Mike McIntyre is a justice reporter with the Winnipeg Free Press and a national radio show host. This is his fifth best selling true-crime book.

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Richard Brignall
December 11, 12:00 - 2:00 pm by the Cash Desk
Forgotten Heroes: Celebrating Winnipeg’s Hockey Heritage

This book is about the origins of hockey right here in Manitoba, and a glowing tribute to our widely forgotten heroes, from the Winnipeg Victorias and their Stanley Cup triumphs to the Winnipeg Falcons, winners of the Olympic Hockey Championships in 1920. 
Richard Brignall has had over 130 articles published in magazines. 
He helped originate the Recordbooks series at James Lorimer and Company, focusing on Canadian sports history and issues.

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Ken Ploen & Roy Rosmus 
December 11, 2:00 pm in the Atrium 
Quiet Hero: The Ken Ploen Story

Quiet Hero is a rousing history of the Blue and Gold told through the eyes of Ken Ploen: from his early days in Iowa and football fame in the 1957 Rose Bowl, through his Blue Bomber years, Grey Cups and the glory of 1957-1967. 
Come meet “Old No. 11” on December 11!
Author Roy Rosmus now works on a volunteer basis as the corporate liaison for Variety, the Children’s Charity of Manitoba. His co-author, Scott Taylor, has worked in sports journalism for years. This is his sixth book. 

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