Ray Verdon’s riveting tale makes you want to laugh and cry, and question history as he shines a light on Canada’s Conscription Crisis and zombies—men forced to serve as reservists to defend Canadian shores during WWII, and reviled because they didn’t go over to the fighting fields. As Verdon discovers, little was recorded about their treatment. One such zombie, Alfred Mondou, is chased through Canada’s three solitudes by police, military and bounty hunters; Mondou goes through more heroics than Indiana Jones and Robin Hood. One pursuer, Mac Gleason, learns about a secret zombie network—so, will fugitive Mondou finally get caught by a nosy old coot?
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