Gloria Geller Operation Noah's Ark
Climate change having drastically altered life on Earth, Operation Noah's Ark is a secret mission to start over again off-Earth by colonizing Cinderella planets with human, animal and plant life. Recruits to eventually settle on other worlds are brought to the Central Command Post, an old radar station in northern Ontario. Jenny, one of the recruits, arriving at the Central Command Post, is simultaneously excited by the possibility of this new adventure while grieving the loss of her family, friends and everything she knows.
Meanwhile Jenny's parents and friends hire private investigators Ira and Brenda Brown to find out what happened to Jenny who has mysteriously disappeared without a trace, all evidence of her existence having been extinguished.
Gloria Geller, Professor Emerita, Faculty of Social Work, University of Regina, was born in Toronto. She retired to Hamilton after more than 40 years as an educator where she writes, weaves and tends her garden. She has published in the areas of women and justice, young women's aspirations, as well as women caregivers and health care reform.
Operation Noah's Ark is her first work of fiction to be published.