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The tangled path of a crazed fugitive leads through the wilds, the courts, and eventually ends on the final trail. The incredible diaries of Michael Oros outline his thoughts, actions, and reactions throughout his 13-year descent into madness. Michael Oros' confiscated diaries, with entries faithfully kept right to the time an Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) bullet ended his life, chronicle this tragic story, including the murder of RCMP Constable Michael Joseph Buday.
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Vernon Frolick was born in 1950 in Toronto and attended the universities of Toronto and Windsor, graduation with a Bachelor of Law degree in 1974. He commenced his practice of law in Kenora as an Assistant Crown Attorney and later worked as a defense lawyer in Toronto. Since 1982, when he moved to Terrace, BC he has worked continuously as a prosecutor.Review:
"The Oros story is one of the strangest and most compelling stories in RCMP history. Prosecutor Vernon Frolick, has woven the adventure, classical police tactics, and tragedy of this case into a suspenseful thriller." --R.C. Currie, Assitant Commissioner, RCMP, Ottawa
"I read this once years ago and found myself looking for the places identified in the North parts of B.C. So far I have met some of the people in this book and found many of the places describe including the cabins. This book is very accurate and very real! The author did an amazing job! Here I am years later wanting to read it again!" --By E. Knight on Feb. 4 2010
"Good read, have been to the places and seen the cabin he built when hunting out their a few years ago.Have read the book twice and will probable read it again, get more out of it every time i read it." --By Roger Smith on March 11 2016
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Book Description Hancock House, 1993. Condition: New. The true story based on the diaries of murderer Michel Oros. Originally, after the fatal shootout with Oros at Teslin Lake, I had no intention of writing this book. In fact, when Garry Rodgers and I sat in the Skeena Pub after he got back and discussed the details of his experience, the very idea that someone might write the story - glorifying Oros, sensationalizing the murders and trivializing Mike Buday's death - was repugnant. Seller Inventory # DesMad R5
Book Description Hancock House Pub Ltd, 1993. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 368 pages. 8.75x5.75x1.25 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk0888393210
Book Description Hancock House Pub Ltd, 1993. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0888393210
Book Description Hancock House Pub Ltd, 1993. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110888393210
Book Description Hancock House Pub Ltd. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 0888393210 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.0487722