To order Paperback books inscribed by the author by post, send your cheque or money order in the amount of $30 per copy (Canadian Funds) payable to 1986041 Alberta Ltd to the below address. To order by email and pay for your books by etransfer, email tfprudenthewriter at gmail dot com (insert the needed symbols where required) for details. To read a sample or order direct from Amazon Canada, click the thumbnail beside the title.

Things I Can’t Change (2023)
A serious work lightened by a dose of noir humor, ‘Things I Can’t Change’ by T.F. Pruden is a frank, gritty, but heartwarming tale of recovery. In this, his seventh novel, the Canadian author, shares the challenges faced by three unlikely roommates as they struggle to get sober.
Refugees Of Confederation (2022)
‘Refugees of Confederation’ is equal parts Indigenous survivor tale, Canadian adventure saga and literary tour de force.
A candid look at one family’s struggles in post-colonial society, the vivid portrait is often brutal.
Where Some Roads End (2020)
‘Where Some Roads End’ is an allegorical fable wrapped in postmodern noir humor. Follow the tale of treacherous acolyte Tex Hardman and hilariously messianic Howlin’ Jack Patterson as they chase glory in the rapidly evolving business of Canadian country music.
The Recalcitrant P.I. (2018)
Mac Armstrong is a half-baked dick in a hard-boiled world.When life as a Private Investigator in western Canada serves a daily bowl of drab routine, his bad habits keep things interesting. Searching for imagined glamor, only justice awaits The Recalcitrant P.I.
One Fate Befalls (2017)
‘One Fate Befalls’ is a love story about choices. Kate, is a married suburbanite with a heart full of secrets. Nick is her long lost first love. An exploration of youthful indiscretion and middle-aged impulse, their decisions soon threaten them both. Can there be answers to questions best left unasked?
Grand Opening (2016)
Set in western Canada during the roaring nineteen eighties, “Grand Opening” is the tragi-comic tale of three men pursuing the dream of owning a restaurant. Follow the wannabe entrepreneurs as they search for a second chance.
A Dog and His Boy (2015)
A gripping wilderness adventure tale, a tragic sin of the father’s story, and a tender ode to friendship. T.F. Pruden’s debut novel ‘A Dog and His Boy’ is these and more. A poignant coming of age narrative, it confronts the gritty reality of a broken home and alcohol abuse with lyrical precision.

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1986041 Alberta Ltd.
P.O. Box 611
Thorsby, AB, T0C 2P0

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