(McClelland & Stewart, 1980; ISBN 07710-1833-9)(out of print)
(Paperback edition, Seal books, 1981; ISBN 0-7704-1654-3)(available)
Dragon Lady is a thriller, praised by Farley Mowat as "a stunning combination of a first-rate modern adventure yarn and damned good writing. Furthermore it has the authentic smell of the North Atlantic and the feel of a Nova Scotia too few of us know." A light plane disappears in the fog off the Nova Scotia coast, and the pilot's brother tries to learn what happened to it. But as Peter Landry pursues the truth, a web of treason and terror closes around him. His quest takes him to the waterfront of New York and then back to Nova Scotia, where an intoxicating woman joins him aboard his small schooner as he scours the coast searching for the truth about his brother. But he is hardly prepared for what he finds.
A mesmerizing thriller, surging with action, intrigue and murder, Dragon Lady reveals a conspiracy of international corruption that permits a few evil men to profit hugely from death and destruction.
Bantam ed. only, rare, while quantities last.