Sabotage

Sabotage

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In the midst of the first World War, John and his sister Saara discover a German plot to blow up a bridge near Port Arthur, Canada.

Orca Book Publishers
It’s 1915, and the Great War is raging in Europe. What does that have to do with Port Arthur, Ontario? Heaps, thinks John Mäki. Sure, he’s a prankster and likes to have fun. But he’s also a hardworking newsboy with a secret dream to be a reporter. So he keeps his eyes peeled, waiting for the big story. His older sister, Saara, has her own concerns, like her goal of becoming a teacher and people not speaking to her just because she befriends a German girl! She scoffs at John’s suspicions of German spies and blown-up bridges...surely not in northwestern Ontario.

Yet John knows that all of Canada’s grain headed for hungry soldiers in Europe comes through Port Arthur first. A saboteur could do plenty of damage—to the city, the country and even the Mäki family!

Sabotage is the final book in a trilogy about a Finnish family in what was to become Thunder Bay, Ontario. The first two books are Second Watch and Saara’s Passage. Sabotage, told by both Saara and John, takes us into a real-life world of espionage, sabotage and paranoia.
An adventure novel based on real espionage, sabotage and paranoia in Canada during the Great War.

Publisher: Winlaw, B.C. : Sono Nis Press, c2013
ISBN: 9781550392081
Branch Call Number: PB J FIC AUT
Characteristics: 293 p. ;,ill. ;,20 cm.

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