Marcus Heidl

About Marcus Heidl


About Marcus Heidl


Marcus Heidl is the author of the "One Hundred Years of Deception" trilogy, 1943-2043. 


The borderlands of the world were quiet in 2005 but Jonathan Zimmerman knew places like the Ukraine had a way of revealing her secrets, eventually. His suspicion that granny had killed her sister in Nazi occupied Ukraine in 1943 seemed only a love triangle gone awry. The truth was far more sinister. 

On The Fenceline 

Former secret service agent Orla Jensen must choose between saving the western world from China's global ambitions on the cusp of war, or keeping his own deadly secret hidden from the world. The year is 2025.

 Dr. R (release 2023)

Fallen from grace as an international financier, RedCap Sam, now homeless, finds a former colleague murdered in a back alley. He realizes the global economy is about to be decimated if he doesn't stop the murderer. But who will help a homeless man as the world walks blindly into another 'Dragon War' in 2043?

Klump (release 2024)

The lives of Zimmerman, Jensen and Sam twist through a chicane of deception between1943 and 2043.

Join them in the past, present and future.

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Born 1970, Denmark.

At the age of six, his British parents, desiring the ability to be ostentatious with their wealth, left Denmark to pursue their bunker-fuel sales business from Canada. Heidl was quickly acquainted with grand forests and the rugged 

landscape of the west coast.

He obtained a degree in Architecture. Soon thereafter, he built a small firm in Victoria, and discovered a passion for fiction. With his wife and children, presently located on a small island off a large island, he enjoys the little pleasures of life such as mint vodka and sailing.



Man Portrait

Alfred H., PhD

I was worried that Suzanna may have actually killed her sister. I didn't expect the ending.

Young Consultant

Mary Lou

What a thrill that was.

Asian Man

Ian T.

A time and place I had no idea about. How could Ukraine suffer so often; there she was, trying to save her children. Surprise, surprise.


Giving Back

Marcus Heidl,

Passionate about connecting people with nature, Heidl donates 10% of royalties to...

Mayne Island Conservancy works with the community to conserve the ecology of Mayne Island.


Mols Laboratory is a learning centre in Denmark working to re-wild one of the most highly managed landscapes in the world.



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