Authors | Bruce Fraser

Bruce Fraser practiced as a trial lawyer in the Interior of British Columbia and Vancouver. During his long career, he often represented First Nations peoples in Aboriginal Rights cases, as well as civil and criminal proceedings. Now retired, he lives in Kitsilano and vacations in Lac La Hache in the Cariboo.

 

His début novel, On Potato Mountain, won silver in the 2010 eLit Book Awards and he has won awards for his short stories published in the lawyers’ magazine, The Advocate.

 

Noah’s Raven is his third novel exploring the mysteries of the Chilcotin.

Author website: https://brucefraserauthor.com/

The CHILCOTIN SAGA

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On Potato Mountain

The unforgiving winter of the Chilcotin envelops young Noah Hanlon, on the run after being charged with murder. Moving across the endless terrain, he reconnects with his indigenous heritage while hoping to find the real killer.

Noah's Raven

A billionaire presidential hopeful’s route to the White House weaves a twisted path to the vast Chilcotin. History and the region will change forever if an Indigenous elder can’t overcome personal tragedy to fight for the land he loves

THE JADE FROG

Secrets start changing lives until a mysterious death causes deeper upheavals.  Questions haunt the people of the Chilcotin, with the divinations of an artist-shaman and the studies of an English teacher the best chance to find the truth.

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