Was it murder? Was it an accidental fire? Or was Easy Dunbar being framed? His 10-year-old son Joshua believed his father was innocent, but the police didn't.
Donald P. Pollock, Esq. knows his stories. His previous novels stood out from the crowd of books that saturate our market on a daily basis. Some of his readers wrote to him and said his books should be made into movies. Others stated that his novels brought joy to the heart when sadness was winning over. His writing is in such simplistic terms that one wonders what category it should be place in: Fantasy, Drama, Action, or Romance, for these are all combined in his novels. He writes day in and day out to reach the farthest part of his imagination, and then he hurriedly put the pieces together to make a story. His stories have flow and are easy to understand enticing the reader to continue with a desire to know the ending. Born in Montreal, he has been a Public Speaker, a one-on-one counsellor, a teacher, and a Paraprofessional in the field of Social Science. As a Public speaker, he has spoken in front of thousands of people trying to let them gain insight into human behaviour. Today he works on yet another novel, hoping to share his deep imagination with the rest of the world. When asked why he has the letters, "Esq." after his last name, he sates frankly, "It stands for Esquire, which means a person of good standing." Mr. Pollock is also a member of the Alberta Writers' Guild.