Rita Royale

Rita Royale

by Terry Anderson

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A three and a half year glimpse into the world of Rita Royale, an instinctive thirty-one year old unmarried, half Jewish, professional poker player. Free spirited mentally, physically and sexually. A woman entirely unconcerned with labels and purposely detached from any and all political worlds until a phone call from her sister changes everything.

Within six months of taking power, Canada's majority left wing coalition government has voted overwhelmingly for Sharia law as the new law of the land. A backlash leading to a civil war erupts in Western Canada almost immediately and the Albertan woman who had ignored the world for so long is drawn straight into the heart of the whirlwind.

From a private in the Western Militia to a major in Badger Troop, a special forces unit in the new Free Canadian Army, the beautiful Rita rises quickly in rank while guided by an eagle spirit and an unseen general with plans to retake and reshape his country.

A serious and sometimes humorous look into the life and times of Rita Royale as she juggles love in its many variations, fights for women's freedom in a war of no surrender, and strives to fathom the mind of the military and the crazies alike.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014324458
Publisher: eBookIt.com
Publication date: 03/14/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 892 KB

About the Author

Terry Anderson, born 1952, is a Western Canadian author currently living in Saskatchewan. Rita Royale, is his fourth novel. Other books include, Summer of 2016, and Wylie's War. One other book is now out of print. He has been writing seriously since 1999, and is known for his political, literary styled action books, usually written within a Western Canadian backdrop, and from a Westerner's point of view.

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