Edward Yatscoff was born in Welland, Ontario. After living in Australia and backpacking around the world on the Hippie Trail, he met his wife Gloria on a freighter in the South China Sea. From paperboy to sales to steel worker his occupations included 32 years with Edmonton Fire Rescue. He retired as a station captain and is the first author to write Canadian firefighter crime novels.
Among other adventures he swam with a marlin in Honduras, climbed the Great Wall of China, tried to smuggle a Playboy magazine into the USSR, thrown eggs at an Aussie PM, and survived the 1979 revolution in Grenada during a honeymoon. He continues to travel, write, and enjoy the outdoors. Some travel stories and short stories have won awards. He retired as a station captain and is the first firefighter to write Canadian firefighter crime novels.
For his published short stories visit https://vocal.media/
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