Turnstone Press is pleased to announce the sale of World French Language Rights of Wayne Arthurson’s novel Dishonour in Camp 133 to Quebec-based publisher Les Éditions Alire.
Released under Turnstone’s Ravenstone imprint, Dishonour in Camp 133 is the second book in the popular Sergeant Neumann mystery series and follows the investigative exploits of August Neumann, head of Camp Civil Security at a Lethbridge-based prisoner-of-war camp during World War II.
Wayne Arthurson is the author of numerous books including The Red Chesterfield, winner of the Arthur Ellis Award for Best Crime Novella, and Fall from Grace, winner of the Alberta Readers’ Choice Award. The Traitors of Camp 133, the first book in the Sergeant Neumann mystery series, was a finalist for the High Plains Book Award for Best Indigenous Writer. He lives and writes in Edmonton, Alberta with his family.
Established in 1998, Ravenstone, an imprint of Turnstone Press, publishes some of the most exciting mysteries, thrillers, cli-fi, and speculative fiction in Canada.
Since 1996, Les Éditions Alire has published French-speaking Quebec and Canadian authors who write science fiction, fantasy, thriller, and espionage, and has also translated some of the best English Canadian authors of these genres.