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The Quickbeam Chronicles:
The Journey Begins

Written by
Ian Stauffer


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399 pages, Paperback
ISBN: 9780888876539
$20.00 CA





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About the Book Joshua Quickbeam is an articling student, desperate to be hired back at Paradise Morgan & Brightman. He must prove himself invaluable to his bosses. Trouble is everyone is his boss!

Then there's the never-ending distraction of the beautiful Giselle Leblanc. Joshua is sure she's his soulmate. She just doesn't know it yet! To top this off, Joshua takes on the role of nanny for the senior partner, whose libido has run afoul of the law.

Join our hero, a Newfoundland fisherman's son, who's now navigating the wild seas of Ottawa's legal world.

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About the Author Ian Stauffer
Ian Stauffer is a trial lawyer practising in Ottawa, Ontario. He also has a series of plays, Looking for Paradise(2009), Still Looking for Paradise(2013) and A New Paradise(2016), which have raised a good deal of money for various charities, including Ottawa Lawyers Feed the Hungry. Ian lives outside the village of Metcalfe with his wife, Catherine and dog, Gryphon.







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