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Straight and Narrow
This book is entirely fictional. All characters are figments of my vivid imagination.
© Copyright 2012, Sigrid Macdonald.
All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in 00080 a retrieval
system, or transmitted by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or
otherwise, without written permission from the author.
This book is dedicated to Los Desaparecidos.
I am grateful to Detective Sergeant Bob Pulfer,
Detective John Savage, and Detective Mike Lamothe from the
Mental Health and Adult Missing Persons’ Department of the
Ottawa Police force, for giving generously of their time to
answer my many questions about police procedure. I would
also like to thank Marie Parent, a private investigator from
Quebec, currently living in Scotland, for providing me with a
wealth of information about a local case that she helped to
solve, and Tania Doucet, a mental health crisis counselor from
the Royal Ottawa Hospital, for offering critical information
about addictions and addiction services.
Emna Dhahak, Senior Bilingual Media Liaison Officer
from the Communications Branch of the Ministry of
Transportation, kindly replied to several inquiries about traffic
laws: Rick Lavigne of the Ottawa Police did the same.
My dear friend, Joyce Milgaard, directed my legal
questions to Joanne McLean, who promptly provided me with
important details about criminal law.
Tim Pattyson, Manager of Communications for the
Ottawa Senators, helped me to navigate the team's website in
order for me to get my hockey facts straight.
Reid’s Taekwon-Do explained the martial art to me.
My closest friend, Cathie Soubliere, acted as my French
translator and drove me to Quebec, so that I could record my
impressions of the towns of Hull and Alymer.
I sincerely appreciated all of