Signing Enigma Club (Borealis Press Ltd.).
Seventeen-year-old Emman Mallory fears that his twin brother, Noel, may be involved not only in drugs but in home invasions and a teacherís death, all of which have jolted the tranquil town of Coltsfoot. In Emmanís creative writing class, two of the eight students are on the autism spectrum while another is among three who mysteriously enrolled at Coltsfoot District High over the summer. Surprising secrets are revealed through journaling projects assigned to the diverse eight who call themselves Enigma Club.
Gloria Pearson-Vasey lives in a picturesque Ontario Victorian town with her husband, a son and their menagerie. She enjoys reading, travelling, music, nature, cemeteries, the tranquility of forests Ė and of course, writing. She especially treasures time with her children and grandchildren.
A Third Order Secular Franciscan, she is a graduate of St. Michaelís Hospital School of Nursing, Toronto, has a Master of Divinity degree from St. Peterís Seminary, London, and a background in psychology, music and journalism. A social justice activist, she is a founder of St. Francis Advocates which serves autistic persons and their families in southwestern Ontario.