What happens when a crop circle appears in a neighbourhood farmer's field? The fictional novel 'Circles' explores that premise with a blend of humour, mystery, intrigue and drama. This is a character driven story that explores the effects of this unexplained phenomena on a circle of friends. Circles takes place in the fictional town of Durlin, Ontario. When Toronto journalist Joel Bennett receives a picture of a crop circle posted on his website, he travels to Durlin to investigate and prove a UFO connection. Once there he meets and influences a number of characters in his quest to find the truth. Teenager, Glen Dunn is the person who sends Joel the picture and lives with his religious mother, Theresa. Monk is a farmer with a hoarding problem in whose field the crop circle appears. Peter, Candy and Stacy Haverly are a returning family who are in crisis. Jerry Harper is the owner of the local newspaper who is in love with Theresa Dunn. Jean Watson runs the B&B where Joel stays and guides Joel in his investigation. They all lead separate but intertwining lives that finally climax in revealing secrets that Joel never expected.
About the Author
The collective creativity of sisters, Patricia Donkers and Nancy Kelly arises out of a love of reading and an open mind to all of life's mysteries. Nancy lives in St. Catharine’s, Ontario with her daughter Kelly and Patricia is married with three children living in Barrie, Ontario. Stephen J. Donkers is the son of Patricia Donkers and is a graduate of film and journalism.