This crime fiction detective novel is based on real events that have occurred in the past and are still happening in Northwestern Canada.
The story follows retired police detective Norm Strom on his Harley Davidson during a motorcycle trip from Alberta to Alaska. On his adventure he meets an Aboriginal woman named Hope, who goes missing on the infamous Highway of Tears in Northern British Columbia.
The Highway of Tears is real. Since 1969 twenty-three women have disappeared along the notorious section of Trans Canada Highway #16 that runs from Prince George to Prince Rupert.
For personal reasons the former detective offers to help the R.C.M.P. in their search for Hope. Submerse yourself into the seedy criminal sub-cultures of the drug dealers, human traffickers and serial killers who use the Canadian wilderness as their hunting and burial grounds.
Finding Hope was written by a retired city police detective who's job was to put bad guys behind bars. The story was inspired by his own experiences in policing and his motorcycle trip along the Highway of Tears.