Nanoose Bay resident Robert Popple will be donating a portion of his sales from his new book Cold War Warrior: Canadian MI-6 Agent Lawrence Fox to the Nanoose Community Services

Nanoose Bay resident donating portion of new book’s sale

Ten dollars from each book will go toward the Nanoose Community Services

Nanoose Bay resident Robert Popple will be donating a portion of his third book’s sales to Nanoose Community Services.

The book Cold War Warrior: Canadian MI-6 Agent Lawrence Fox is about Fox’s “hair-raising adventures behind the Iron Curtain in the 1950s and 60s.”

The book was published in March, and will be having its B.C. launch on May 15 from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Fairwinds Golf & Country Club.

There is no registration or charge for the event.

Cold War Warrior: Canadian MI-6 Agent Lawrence Fox will be available for sale for $25 with $10 going directly toward Nanoose Community Services.

— submitted by Nanoose Community Services

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