Explore the Dark World of Organized Crime and Murder Mysteries
with Daryl Ashby’s Books about Drugs, Marijuana, and More
85 Grams – Art Williams: Drug Czar
This book is a captivating murder mystery book that delves into the life and crimes of Art Williams, a notorious drug lord who built a criminal empire to produce synthetic drugs that were not yet illegal. With its vivid portrayal of Williams’ life and his team’s ruthless tactics, the book is a must-read for fans of organized crime books and books about drugs. It provides an in-depth look at the dark side of drug trafficking and the lengths that people will go to make a profit in this dangerous world. Moreover, the book is an excellent addition to any collection of books about murder mystery books.
John Muir – West Coast Pioneer
Discover the Untold Story of John Muir, a West Coast Pioneer Who Broke HBC Monopoly and Fought for Democratic Principles in British Columbia – A historical biography by Daryl Ashby capturing the struggle and success of the Muir family from Scotland who arrived in Canada in the late 1840s to work for the Hudson’s Bay Company. This book depicts how they fought against the hierarchical colonial rule of Sir James Douglas and broke the HBC monopoly on the West Coast, all while striving towards their vision of a country based on democratic principles. This book is perfect for history enthusiasts and those interested in British Columbia’s rich past.
Nobody’s Boy – Ralph Harris the Northern Connection
In this book, journalist and author Daryl Ashby delves into the dangerous and wicked underbelly of some Canadian neighborhoods that most law-abiding citizens dare not venture into. Through his masterful research, he uncovers the shocking details of criminal behavior, injustice, and intrigue, including drug manufacturing, outlaw bikers, unexplained disappearances, and unsolved murders. This book takes readers on a thrilling journey through the central part of Vancouver Island, including Ladysmith, Chemainus, and Nanaimo, and exposes the truth behind the tantalizing yarns that have long circulated in these communities. It’s a must-read for anyone interested in books about drugs, murder mystery books, and organized crime books.
About Daryl Ashby
Daryl Ashby, a local historian and Investigative Journalist, takes great pride ensuring his work is as accurate as possible. He cuts no corners when it comes to digging at the truth, nor will he shelter those who warrant exposure for their past.
As a lover of history, he highly recommends his first-person account “John Muir: West Coast Pioneer” published by Ronsdale Press. This book provides an engaging account of the first 30 years in the Colony of Vancouver’s Island, later to be known as Victoria, British Columbia. No other man contributed so much to establish the settlement of the Pacific Northwest.