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"When we raided their boiler room, the home of a relative of one of those arrested, we seized a stack of telephone lists that was 8 or 9 inches thick," Perkins says.

The book follows the story of Lou Lou, a passionate hockey player who will do anything to get onto a team.

The seven people arrested in Toronto and Montreal since Sunday — two as they were about to fly to Italy — are accused of making some 200 telephone calls a day claiming to be grandchildren in dire need of cash.

On average, 15 to 20 American grandparents per day fell for this ruse, sending between ,500 and ,000 each to the scammers by wire transfer, says Superintendent Chris Perkins of the Halton Regional Police Service, the Toronto-area department that oversaw the investigation code-named Project Viper. The arrest of an entire ring of alleged scammers is unusual.

When the coach of a newly formed women’s team, The Montreal Bakers, comes calling, Lou jumps at the chance to move to the big city and play on a real team, one that will rival the Cornwall Victorias. The book is set to the backdrop of World War One and the Quebec conscription crisis.

Lightning Lou was recently featured in CBC Books and the Montreal Gazette Granny has always dreamed of playing hockey.




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