Books by Terence M. Green

A WITNESS TO LIFE by Terence M. Green
Released: April 22, 1999

"A phenomenal idea, like applying the detail of Joyce's Dublin or the techniques of Dos Passos's USA to a single family."
Prequel to Green's Shadow of Ashland (1996) and immensely superior to it. Read full book review >
BLUE LIMBO by Terence M. Green
Released: Jan. 1, 1997

"Rousing but improbable, with Mitch's witty, irreverent old dad stealing the show."
Near-future cop-on-the-rampage from the author of the similar Barking Dogs (1988), etc. Despairing, cuckolded cop Mitch Helwig blows up a vast warehouse belonging to 21st-century Toronto's current criminal Mr. Big—and gets suspended for his pains. Read full book review >
SHADOW OF ASHLAND by Terence M. Green
Released: March 1, 1996

"Hokey, sentimental, and at times implausible, yes, but with disbelief willingly suspended this second novel from Green (Barking Dogs, 1988) possesses enough quiet wonder and innocence to come pleasantly to life."
Mystery casts a 50-year shadow over a Toronto family, until letters out of the past take a middle-aged man on a quest for his long-lost uncle. Read full book review >